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VOL. XIV. NO. 135. 



CHICAGO, FRIDAT, JUKE 5, 1908. 



PBICB 5 CENTS 



STAMINA’S GAZELLE STAKES. 



WHITNEY'S FILLY GIVES OPPONENTS MUCH 



WEIGHT AND AN EASY BEATING. 



Don Enrique Wins the Fatchogue Stakes for the. 

Patchogue Stable — Bosimiro Wins from 
/ King Cobalt and Bouquet. 



New Vi>rk. .limp 4. — A P:ir<l tluit gave |>roiii!sp of 
t.oiii«- <‘.\<vllpiit racin'.; drew a crowil of fully 
|H‘rs<His to tJruvcspinl. hut the day did not turn out 
to Ih' olio of ppolit to flip piihlic, as outsiders, in 
llic most cases williont sii|>poit, were the winners.^ 
Tlie singli- exception was in the Cazelle Stakes, tiie' 
day's feature, which was wtni ity SUtinina at lalds- 
on. 

tiladys Louise, front flip It. & O. Stalilp, started 
the Iroulde for tin' form piayprs hy lipating the 
lieavlly liackpd clioicp, Nastnrtia, for llip opening; 
race. Itn;;au was asain put u|i on Nastnrtia in 
tircfereiii-e to T. Kopmer, who had ridden the tiily 
and who is supisisiHl to he eonin'cted with the stalde 
of \V. E. Matliews, who owns Nastnrtia. Fred Itnr- 
Jew then put KiK'rner on Ciadys Loui.se, and tlu; lail 
had tlip jdeasnre of la'afing out tlie owner wlio had 
finned liini down for a more fttshionahle rider. He 
was assisteil inateriaily hy Dugan’s slovenly ride on 
tin- favorite. lie seenied to think he could win 
when he so desiretl, and held Gladys Louise too 
ehcapl.v. 

.M. lleiKlerson made a bad mess of matters in tlie 
siciqdechasi'. Tlie rai-e was for maiden Jumi»ers 
and niue ran. .Maiacea, ridden h.v Henderson, was 
hmivil.v Imekcd hy the smart sx't of the eross-eountry 
contingent, as he had scluxihsl in a manner to mark 
him a rare goisl Jumping prospect. .Malacca was 
well up when passing tlie stand for the second time, 
lull wlien turning into the hackstretcli irenderson 
suddenly jiuIKhI him up to a walk. It was then seen 
that the s-addie had slijiped. hut not sullicientl.v to 
have caused a rider |a»ssesseil of the least hit of 
• •oiirage to fiiiit tlie race. It looked like a piei’c 
of rank cowurdlte <ai Ht^idersoii’s jiarl. and those 
xvlio imeked tlw horse with .such cotifldenee were 
very much eliagrlmsl at the outcome. liaiinell ran 
out whin in t.he_ leiKl. and after Stellaland liad ted 
to the stretch, Noidessc Ohlige came along and wiMi 
from .Mark Giimlierts after a spirited drive. 

it was tilting that l»on Enrhiue, carrying Uie 
<idors of till* I’atcliogiie Stalde. should win tlie 
I’atcliogue Stakes. Hut few of tiiose iiresent took 
the hunch ami |irolit<'d »<'coridingly hy the 17. to 1 
laid against Don Enriipn>. Jai.’ohlte was hsiked uis.n 
as a real gisal tiling for the race and was laickisl 
with great contidcnce. Parkview. .lames 15. Hradv 
amt Dreamer also liad some supiM.rt, lint Don Eti- 
riipu'. althougli he had performed crisillahlv a few 
days ago. went from lo to 1 to l."> to 1. 'I'lie start 
conirihiilisl somewhat lo the defeat of .lacohile, 
as he broke slowl.v. llie rai'c was iKdwcen Park- 
view and Ikui Eiiriipte. and the latter just got up 
in a haivl drive lo win hy a head. Jaeohite never 
had ch>ar sailing until the stretch was reached, 
when he got up lo third place. 

'I'he tahleil liistdr.v ot the Palchogne Stakes since 
litno is as follows: 

Year. Winner. -\. M l. .lockey. Val. Tim •. 

tlMKl Meehaniis ....4 lIll.Maher ^1.72.'. 1 :l.".j 

P.kil Himself :5 lo." Womicrlv ... l.I.V. 1:I2» 

1!i«r_' Cameron :i los n'Connor 2.<i|o l:ld 

l'.)o:5 Plater 55 102lHaack 2.110 1 ;0!l 

1!H»4 Ascension DHS'T. Hums 2.<I2.'. 1:HU 

1!Kt.-, Uight and True.". lOUL. Smilti 1.M5 Itlo'” 

loo*; Kealia- 4 DM \V. Knapp ... 2.P20 1 :0;t4 

P.**i7 .lacohile 4 D12|Preslou 1.S4 'm 1 :0!li; 

IttoK Don Enriipie..4 l*iO|Deiahy 2, 1 7*> 1 ;0;) ’ 

Hefore P.tol at il-t mile. 

Stamina seems to stand out for the llir«“e year-old 
lill.v events. .She was always at a short priee for the 
t.azidle St, ikes tiHla.v. althoiigli there was a strong 
inclination in some iiuarters to l.ack .\nonyma to 
l«-at lier. Tlie latD'r h-d for seven fiirhaigs. hut 
wIkmi Dugan called on Stamina, tlie splendid tilly 
sis.n tiH.k 111*' iiaceniaker into camp and won in it 
canter. Slic was conceding ten iH.iinds to tlie others 
and Won in a wa.v to i>r<H-laim her niucli iH'tter Ilian 
any olli.-r of her ag,. and s«‘.\. 

Tlie liazclle Slakes has been run since 1SS7. Its 
histf.ry sim-e Haat is given iu the table heh.w; 

Year. M inm r. M t. .Iis k*'.v. Val. Tlim*. 

T.kai Indian Fairy Da; tfConnor iP2,4*i*t 1 :.".** 

19**1 Trigger Da-.Kidom 2.:J(><* 1 ;4.s)t 

1!**rj Hliie Girl 124 ;t. Hums 2.:;<N* 1:4!** 

15¥*:; Stolen .Moim'iils. . 1 l;>l*.:annon ::.2."J* 1 :4!»S 

HKM Beldame 124IF. O'.Neill ... 1 :.".2j 

ItMV. Tradition 1I.':|\V. Ihivis 2.91.'. 1 i 

19*i« Flip nap 121iM'. Miller ... ;:,;a*<* l:4s 

1'>*17 Court ITess 1211.f. .Marlin ... 4.42<* 1 :47i 

lf*0« Staininu 121|E. Dugan . . 4.!»4*> 1 :4S 

Kosiiuiro. whicli has shown speed a plenl.v in ail 
ot his ra*'es. was in the sprint handi<'a|. very light 
ami hacketl from S to 1 to f. to 1. led almost thrmigh 
out to win in a drive from king Colialt. the top- 
weight and favorite. The Inller did not show his 
usual s|H‘ed. iiiit linishe*l gamcl.v. .Iiilia Powel and 
Bouquet were out for the first liim- this season. 
Tlu'.v wer*' fillies of giaal elass last jo'ar. hut lack 
of support imUeateil liiat they were liardlv up to 
H hanl I'ontest. Julia Powel, which liaa develoix'd 
Into B flne-l<M.king mare, was higli. hut showed a 
gnml turn of early ape*'d and another race or two 
should fit her. Bouquet ran a game race, beating 
Ca>liort for third plai-e In a drive. 

Luck favored the long-shot players in the closing 
race. Had Sundance run straight, she must have 
Wf*n. But she la'gan Is-ariiig out on the turn and let 
the contenders through next to tli*- rail. Occidental 
and Yankee Daughter then fought it (sit in a finish 
so close that it was only guesswork which liad won 
until the numbers went up. Lllvpad. the favorite, 
evidently will not do. Slie got the lead and the 
rail wlicn Bundance first ran out. hut quit badly. 

W. F. Mathews will ship his horses lo Montreal 
t**morrow. Jtickeys C. Koerner and T. Koemer will 
go with the stable. 

H. P. Whitney has purehased fttuii G. It. Kllisoii 
the mare Y’ankee Girl for $.':,*KS». Tit*' mare will 
lie sent to Brookdale Stud in New Jersey. She is 
a full sister to Running WaD'r. There is also a 
yearling sister to the iiair. All ar*- hays with very 
little while almut th«'m. hut a foal of the same 
breeding at the farm is a cheatiiiit with four white 
]<«gs and a big white blaze. 



WEBTE&K TRAnrERS AND JOCKEYS LICENSED. 



rinelnnatl. O.. June 4. — Three members of the 
Keirtti*4t.r Raring Commission were at the track 
yesterday — Colonel John P. Chinn. Colotu'l Milton 
Young and CVtlonel Charles F. Grainger. The fol- 
lowing lleenses were passe*! iiihhi favia'ahlv; 

Trainers— D. Allen, Ray .Martin. James Blit te, W. 
C. Aker. William McKinney. William Gh'seun. W'll- 
liam Fleltls, Frank Allen, Chris. Goodliarte, W. P. 
Baed. Lee Christie. A. M. Houses and Ed Baxter. 
Joekaya — Wllliaia Arnea and Joha Jobanseu. 
AppM&tloe — M. Wllaon. 



CANADIAN OWNERS THRIVING AT TORONTO. 



Take Five Out of Seven Races, Including the Rich- 
est Event of the Day. 



Year. Winner. 
19*H) The Provost 
ItKil Jolin Uiiskin 
l!**i2 Kcd KoIk' . . 
Hsi:; Ayrshire ... 
1!MI4 War M'hoop 

11K*."> Inferno 

1!sm; Slaughter . . 
1!MI7 .Sea Wall . . 
p.;*».s .Seismic .... 



Val. Time. 
.?I,44i* 2:14 
. 1,140 2:12; 
. 2:l.s 

.. l.lS:i 2:1.".; 
. l.IKH* 2:bS 
. • 2 . 2 .'..". 2 : 11 * 

. 2.i>:;<* 2:<is- 
. 2.0S0 2:(i!*i 



ToronI**. Out.. Jiine 4. — Canaiiian owners were 
very mileh in evhleiict' at WiMslhiiie this .•iflertiooti. 
live of Hie seven winners iteiiig fnmisheil liy hsid 
men. Two of tliese winners ls>re tlu“ colors of .lo 
seph _ E. Seagram. Seismic, wlii<-li captured tlic 
King's Plate on Hit' o|H'ning day, winning llie Stan- 
ley I’riMincc Stakes, while Sir Galaliad wiai the Na 
lionnl Clnlt purse, a selling race, at one mile ami 
a sixteenth. Tlic conditions of tlic Stanlc.v I’riMiiici 
Slak«‘s are patti'mial after tlie Futurity. It is Hi" 
riclicsl event for Doininion-lircds outside of tlic 
King’s Plate, and is a prize eagerl.v soiiglil after 
liy Canadian tiirfmen. Seistnie, today's winner, 
showed liimself to !>e a goisi colt. He conceded 
ShlnioiH'Sc twent.r itouiwls in actual weight and heat 
iter out ill a canter. 

Tlic tallied history of the SlanI*'}' Produce Stake.s 
is given liclow : 

Wt. JiM'kt'y. 

.12«iH:illard ... 

.121; Vitito<> 

.12!V Blake 

.122Monroc .... 

. 122 Uomanelli . 

.1271.1. Walsh . 

. 12."i;Trouliel ... 

.11.'.! McDaniel . 

.12,".]C. 11. Shill'g 2*r_v. 2:D* 

•V majority of ti;e races fiirnislu'd keen tinislicf.. 
the winiH'rs in four of Hiem iiciiig forced to stainl 

long I'.ard tlrives to win l.y small margins. Only 

two favorites won. Seismic ami Gold Note licing 

Hie sneeessfnl clioiia‘S. Tlie ra<-es were mil over a 
track that was at its is'st and before one of tlie 
largest crowds of the niet'ting. 

In the opening raix' Gtiarda feli just as she was 
imikiiig the turn into Hie homestretch, and Magenta, 
which was a distant trailer, tumlilcd f.vor Iier. 
Forinnatel.v. neith.-r of tlie riders was injured, ai- 
thoiigh Halclicit, wlio liad the mount on Magenta, 
was kisH-ktal out for a time. 

.1. W. May Won ills first purse at Hie meeting 

wlien I’lense caiiHiretl tlie oi*enitig race after leading 
li*'r o|r|Miiient.s from end to end. 

'I'lie first disqnaiilicatioii of Hie meeting <-ame witii 
the rniiiiing of tin* seciuid rae*‘, a t wo-yenr-ohl da.-li 
in whicli liftcen Iiorscs went to the p,e.t. Siglil. 
the winner, -vhie't ran in *ln col< rs cf Hnrlcw 
*»' Neill, cut iicrir's lit I'roin Ju.ti lii-foie oiakhig .he 
turn into Hie liomestretcli. .seriously interfering 
with riiipuiitiik and eatisiiig Sliilliug to pull him up. 
The lalti'r never made an elTorl after tlie interfer- 
ciK'** and at tlic finish lie had Hie Tlionias eolt under 
restraint. 'I'lu' stewards, licsldes taking tlie race 
away from Siglit and fining Rice $."iO for foul riding, 
also lined .Shilling $."s* for not riding t'liipmuiik out. 

Dciiliam, winner of Hic littli rai'c. pulled uji lame 
mid a report from his stalde was tliat the colt had 
lirok*'!! down. Dciiliam was Hie fasH'st sprinter ever 
foaled in t'anada and in some of ills races he show.-d 
scnsalioiiiil speed. He ran a mile at Fort Eric last 
.tear in l:;:.si. 

S. IHldretli wired for jis-kc.v Dave Nicol to 

to Gravesend to ride Montgomery in a stake 

on .Saturday. Nicol was unaldc to go. as he has 
iiiiidc arrangements to ride in Hircc stak*'s at M'.khI- 
l.liic on that da.T. lie is riding in great form Just 
now jitid liad sevi'ii iiiuiiiits tills afternoon. 

Several slaldcs were sliippcd lo .Montreal tonight, 
auioiig Hicm Hi.»*c of Maurice Walsh, .1. W. I'.urfl- 
Kclicll. James HihIcii. .M. L. llayiiiaii anil Hurlew »N: 
• •'Neill. James .McL-iugli!!ii sliijis his stalili' to 
morrow uiglit and It. L. Tliouias. M'ivhIs <;arth and 
F. M. Civill sliip .Saturday iiiglit. In all alKiiit .'too 
Iiorscs will sliip from here to Moiitri'al. 

t’lirisloplicr Fitzgerald will liaiid out a ruling in 
the .Montclair case toiiioirow’ and it is miderstiHHl 
that it will Im. a scnsaHonal one. At least two 
owners and one jis-kcy will come in for otticial ccn- 
siirc. J<«-kcy Hcrg«'ii left toniglil for .New York. 



DERBY AVINNER’S PECULIAR OWNER. 



London. .Inn*. 4. — t'licviilicr Ginistr<*lli's ainldHon 
lor eight years lias liccn to win tlie D<t1i.v with a 
foal of Signorina. He lias a gr«'at personal atT<“c- 
lioii for his aiiimtils. Even ycstcrda.v, instead of 
waiting to receive congratiiliiHoiiK of his friends, 
he left III*' inclosiire lo sci' that Signorinctla wii.s 
pro|«>rly attended to. He r<‘fttsed a v*Ty large oticr 
for Signorina, Hie dam of Sigiiorlnetla. as a two- 
.vear-old, d<-c|aring that no inoiu'v could Im.v her. 
Yet tlie first twelve years of her career at Hie slinl 
w«‘re a iieart-lireaking disapixiinlinent. Year after 
year she eilln-r was haiTeii or Hirew dead foals. Her 
first foal that liv.'d was Sigiioriiio. which ran third 
in till' D*'t1>y of ]!io.">. 'I’hen came the Derli.v winni'r 
of yesl -rday. 

Signor *.'inistrelli’s iineonveiitional wa.vs mnl niior- 
tliiMlox inellHMis of training and prepjiring ids Iiorscs 
ofti'ti have Ih'cii Hie siihjeel of laughter aniong Hi«‘ 
professional Iratiiers at Newmarket, although he, 
is'isoiially, is popular. 



In Daily Kaeing Form's Epsom Derby tnhle of 
winners yesterday there was an error, as M'. Hnl- 
l*K'k and not Kiekah.v was the rbler of Signoriiietla. 
The time of the Derby was 2:39.L 



MEXICAN DERBY WELL ENDOWED FOR YEARS 



City of Mexico, June 4. — Tli*' Mexican f«MlcTal gov- 
ernment has guaranteed $2."iO,*K>*>, in sums of $25,- 
0*i<» annually for ten years, toward the support of 
the National Derby, the first installment to be paid 
ill 1910. the dale of th*' celehratiou of the eenten- 
nial festival. The matter has tx-eii arranged in a 
formal contract just made with gthe J*K‘key Clnh. 

Nomiiiatious for the first Derby must be made hy 
Deeemiter 1, of this year. The conditions of the 
Derh.v have already been announced, but it is state<l 
by those who should be well informed that these 
may be altered In some particulars. 

The supiiort pledged by the government has 
aroused mueh interest among horsemen here ami, 
though the date now set for the close of nomin.'itbHis 
is only six months oil. prospects for a creditable 
list of nominators are must encouraging. 



SHAW’S RIDING DOES NOT SATISFY. 



New York, June 4. — WllHe Shaw Is In disfavor 



with his employers, it said. His_bad ride on 



Rye in a rac** won by Rockstone at Belmont Park 
recently Is tielleviMl .fai have tieen the cause of his 
troubles. When Notter was put up on Rotseben on 
Monday the rumor spread that Shaw would do no 
more riding for the Farrell-Johnson stable. Shaw 
is under contract to D. Sullivan, the owner of Rye, 
but It Is reported that he will soon be released. 
Since his return from Germany Shaw has apparently 
lost much of his old form. He has been accused of 
faint-heart«Mlness. 



VETERAN PETER WIKlfER IN A NEW ROLE. 



Lexington. Ky., June 4.* — Peter Wlmmer has as- 
sumed his (Rities as manager of Captain W. Harry 
Brown’s Senorita farm, vice Max Samnelson, re- 
I aigned because of bad health. 



SATISFACTORY RACING AT OAKLAND TRACK. 



Stanley Fay Redeems Himself and Defeats Glorio 
and Security with Ease. 



Hiikliiiid. «'al., .lime 1. — Stanlc.v Fay easily ro- 
yersi d his previous riiiiiiiug witii Security and Glori,> 
iiy Hit' Fairlii'UI Ilandh-ap at Oakland toilay. M’alk- 
cr's siip«>rior i-'ass Ihrc*' .vciir -old went on nnliam 
pered aftof gelling into liis stride anil disistsed of 
till' foniiidahle op|s>sitioti engaged in Hie race witii 
in.so. l'iM‘X|H'cledl.v lilieral islds of 11 to .I w**rc 
laid against tii*‘ winner, wiilch at one time in iiU 
ciins-r had led tlic rcdonlitaldc .Meidick lionie in a 
mile run in 1 :.'’hS fiat. 

Alihongli six fiivorilcs. every oii<‘ of tlie riiig-madt! 
variety and at slioit [iriees, were heateii. Hie best 
liorsi's were itnifiH-ml.v sueivssfiil and iilentifully 
supported. 

.i<M'k*'y M'alsli. Hirom;li no fault of his own, 
provtsl a eons|>ieiioiis fiHInre in tin* .saddle during 
Hie aftel'inHHi, Isdiig iM-aleii on no less tliau live 
of Hiese wiiriii first elsdi’es in sneeessioii. 

ItriHikleaf. Hie .\pplegate eiilr.v in Hie third, was 
kieked wliile lit Hie post and was virtually elimin- 
ated as a eoiitender. Sir Itrillar failed to stay, but 
lasted out to linish seeoinl. tJlorio proved uneipial 
to tlie oi'easion in Hie feature raee and this apidies 
also to Ed liiivis and Itye Bye II. in tin* last two 
rilees. 

.loekey Kirseliliaiiiii was forced to eaiieel his riding 
etmagenieiits for the day on aceount of illness. 

Harry Stover, iiiiiiitiger of the Bntte Jis'key Club, 
leaves for Butte tomorrow. 

It is thoiighl Hie .Moiiluiia city’s eoming me<'lliig 
of sixt.v days will lie tin* liest iu its liistor.v. More 
Hiaii .'top of Hie IiH-al horses will piirtieipate. New 
llrleaiis and Hie middle west will also is* liln'rally 
represented. 

F. Itealy and H. .Mack will eaiiipai:;ii their liors<‘s 
at .S.'attle. K. l.e.Soiier will raia* at Butte. 

*;. H. Kt'eiie is a recent arrival from Kentuek.v. 
M'hile at the farm Hie former *'raek two-year-old 
Itaeoiiteiir was lakeii up and [iiit into active train- 
ing'. Itogirs and Kae uilenr will form tlie nucleus 
of Keene's eastern string tills siiiiinier. 

Tlie stewards liave not yet eonclinled Hieir iuvesti- 
italion into the real ownersliiii of Toniniy .Vliearn 
and .Mrs. o'FaiTell. 

C. ('. .Ml-* ' ifferty intends to take in tlie Butte 
iin'eting. The followiicg j<M-keys are slatf'd to ride 
Hier**: .1. Melnt.vr*'. C. Uo.ss. Borel, P<ist, Klrseli- 

hanni. Stuart. Fi.sher. HeaHn'rtoii. E. .Stilllvan. Char- 
1- a’.e.in. F. Uiioei'.K.itil. U. .Mlfler, I’emlergasl and 
ClilTord. 

K. K. Ki*v pur<dias«Ml .Maudator from M'. M'alker 
loila.v. 



Jis-key Etldie I.yneli returned from New York 
tisla.v, wliitlier lie liad goiw to ride for W. Du liois. 



EXPECT OMAHA YOUNGSTERS TO MAKE GOOD. 



I.exiiigloii. Ky.. Jilin* 4. — Major I*. P. Jolinsloii, 
owner of .Montrosi* Farm and i>resldeiit of Hn* Na- 
tional Trotting .Xssis'ialion. lias turned over tlie 
iiiaiiageiin'iit of Hic t horougliiireds on liis farm lo 
liis sons. I’restoii and Fayette, wliile lie divides 
Ids time Is'tween Ids trotters and the duties of liis 
otfiee as adjutant general of the Kentucky ,Stal<* 
<;uard. Lately he has not, had much time for Hn* 
troitei-s. Tin* "night riders’’ have kciit the stat**'s 
sidilii'fs busy and tin* iiitijor (lie prefers Hie title 
major to that of general, lieeaiis** lie won Hie 
former liy hard fighting during tin* Civil War) has 
Is'eii s|ieinling alauit Iweiit.v hours out of ev**ry 
tweiily-foiir iu Ids otliee at Frankfort. 

His sous, liowever. .are a pair of liustling young 
men wiHi giMsI laisiu<*ss lieads, and it is not liazard- 
itig nitieli to veiitiiri* Hsit Hn*y will make money 
out of the stallion Hiiialia ami tin* twenty mares ami 
pnsliiei* Hn*y liave lakt'ii o\ er. Fa.vett**. Hn* young- 
er. has Ism'll dir«*eiiiig th<* lircs*diiig of tin* Hiorougli- 
l.l-i*<ls Hn* past two st'a.soiis and lias Im*«*ii siieeessfiil 
to Hie extent of niuet.v tier cent, living foals. But 
wln*lh**r ids ideas alioiit mating will result in firsl- 
elass raeers is yet lo In* delerinitied. He will find 
out sliortly, however, for Hie first of tin* g**t of 
Omalia, now two-year-olds, liave just Is-eii hronglit 
into Hie Keiitiieky Association Iraek from the farm. 
TIk'.v liave lieen working at tin* farm traek under 
the dir«*etion of Pn*ston Jolinston and in the eare of 
trainer Jia* Cliinn sin**** earl.v spring, and Hie pnr- 
|Mise now is lo <leterminc wlii**1i and how maii.v 
are fit lo go to the raees. Tin* lik**l.v ones will Is* 
.sent to Laloiiia and Hn* <ithers will lie sent hack to 
Hn* farm and sold off to traders. 

Tin* Johnston hroHii*rs have twelve hors<*s at tin* 
track, tint they are not all two-year-olds, tlio'igh all 
arc maiih'iis, and only one has ever fieen rae<*iL 
'I'liut is tin* foiir-.vear old ehestiint gelding *;ein*ral 
Earl.v. hy Frankfort — .M iss Helyette. Another fotir- 
.\earold is Hn* lirown filly Jane Kainlolpli, by Frank 
fort -I'ilo. **| do not Hiink iniieh of Hn* Frank- 
forls," said Preston Johnston a da.v or two ago. as 
lie sat tindng Hie work of tlie two-year-olds. “The 
lir****ding is all rigid, of course, hut I have no fain*y 
for a sire that was not a proven race horse. In 
Hiis day and lime pedigre** without individual mer- 
it. wlielhi*r it la* in horses or men. does not call 
for mueh In the shap«* of cash. I would miieh 
ral!n*r hr<H*d our Hiorotiglihred mart-s to a trotting 
stallion or a saddl** stallion than to a liorse like 
Frankfort. I liave not been able to hu.v the kind 
of II riding Imrst* I want, so I have set alauit to 
breed oin* to stilt ine. I mated f*Hir thoroughbred 
mares with a saddl** stallion last .year ami got 
three foals. 1 will now* br*M>d the fillies, when th**y 
an* old enough, to another tyite of sad*ile hors*?, 
and 1 think I will have what I want In that *llrec- 
tioii. I do not believe there is to be found in any 
type a la*tter general pnriajse horse than one pro- 
duced from the muting of a trotting stallion with a 
thoroughbred mare. The buyers for the Unite*! 
States Arin.v know their value and the.v snap them 
up quickly wherever they are found. We raise two 
or three such every year and we do not have to 
keep them beyond the two-year-old year. We get 
Sl.'iO for them at that age and it pays. The best 
hunter we ever litnl <m the plane* was by a trotter 
out of a thorouglibre*! mare. He t*ould take a five 
foot fence with 100 pounds up and never touch a 
I nil. He, of **<>urse, was not spetnly enougti for 
st*?eplecha8iiig, but when he came to following the 
liouuds he woulil be there all da.v if n**ce.s.SHr.v and 
ill at the death with the next mail's niouut. He was 
equally as good on the road in the shafts of a ba- 
ronehe. But alMUit these ytuing racers hy Omaha, I 
liellcve they are going to make gtXMl. They have 
been showing us half miles around ,'tO and 51 and 
about next TYtesday or W*uinesday we are going to 
ask them the vital question. If they haven't im- 
proved any over that they don’t go to the races — 
not yet, at any rate.” 

The other ten horses in the string are: 

Edgar Hill, hr. g, 3, by Buckeye Leaf — Leita 
Kt'nt. 

Little Fitz. eh. g, .3, by His Lordship — Forray. 

Phenomenlst, ch. g. 3. by His Lordship — Cito. 

Octahedron, eh. c. 2. by A1 Frisco — Kxlex. 

Outset, ch. c. 2, by Omaha — Onset. 

Orgy thalf brother to Sinner Simon), br. c, 2, by 
Omaha — Mary Baujo. * 

Oratress, br. f, 2, by Maddison — Brooklet. 

Oakum, b. c. 2, by Omaha — Byf. 

Oath, b. c, 2, by Omaha — Neon. 

OUne, ch. t, 2, by A1 Fdsco— De La Croix, 



IMPROVEMENT AT UTONIA. 



GOOD WEATHER AND A DRYING-OUT TRACK 
BRING ABOUT WELL-CONTESTED RACING. 



Kerchcval Defeats The Minks in the Principal Race 
of the Day — Apache Outruns Czar and Chiilita. 



Cineinniiti, (»., .lime 4. — Tixla.v’s racing at I.atonia 
ri'snileil in frequent upsets. Not a single favorite 
lamltMl in front except Anne McGee, ami it was a 
close eall for her. Poor riding and deeejtlive traek 
comlitions w«*re resismsilde for tlits. Race-go»*rs lia<l 
«>x|)ect**d to find Hie traek iiiiHidy and l>:i.si*<l tlielr 
ea leu III Hons on tliat tK-lief. By dint of constant 
liarrowing the traek was wliiiqx'd into fair condition 
li.v Hie tint** Hie first raee was <*allml. Uiat Is, it 
was dry enougli on f*»p to .nfTord safe finding. But 
iimierneaHi it was deii*l ami sog,g.v ami there were 
several soft idaces in it along Hie liaekstret**li. Under 
tliese eir<*nmstn net's **xet*llent time was made in 
th** iliflferent races. Clearing weather and an ex- 
<*(*llent program, with a mile linndieap as a feature, 
ilrt'w out a fairl.v large attemhinee. It was a gooil 
iM'ttiiig card, and the volume of speeulatlon showed 
imiiroveineiil over tliat of yestenlay. the “take” 
lieing lii.clily satisfaelor.v to the maiiagenieiit. Tlie. 
fiiiislms were elos** in all Hie raees. 

Tin* Minks was made an overwhelming favorite 
in the mile liaiiilieap over Kerclieval, *K*spite the 
latter’s giKnl showing at Louisville. That the 
latter was clearl.v best was evidenc(*d finlay, for 
Kerclieval was away in a tangle ami many length.** 
in Hie rear, whereas The Minks broke with an ad- 
vantage. 'nie siH'edy Ziul st*t a fast pace, closely 
attemled liy MortilKiy, to tin* strctcli turn, where The 
Minks moved into command. Init under strong urging 
K**rclieval eIo.se<l a big gtip and, finisliing gamely 
tliroiigli the stretcli, won hy a half lengtli. Zal 

again sliowed early .sfteed, but tired fa.st after going 
Hiree-ipiarters, enabling .Mortlboy to take tlilrd 
place without mueh effort. 

Tlie priiici|ial upset ctime in the <*losing race when 
Cbulita was lieaten out by Apache ami Czar. During 
Hit* early niciiig I’owers *ip|ii ared to tie trying lo 
for**e A|iiielie to run out by ke**.piiig Cliulltu close 
to him ami forcing him wide. Tliese tactics caused 
Hie I.aliolil flll.v to tire fast when approaching the 
stretch turn and .Vpaeln* gamely (lashed Into flie 
It'ad ami stayed just long enough to .stall off th« 
fast-i-oniing Czar. 

•Tm-key Eiltiiiston Hin*w away the purse In the 
opening raee on E. T. Shipp, Garters winning by a 
siiiall margin. Htiglies, in the second, led through- 
out ami <*!isily ilowm*d Hostile Hyphen, which liad 
lieen the closest ei.iitemlef Hiroiighont. 

Karne.v .Sehn'ilier’s Saiiiwanl was awa.v wiHi an 
advantage in *lie Hiinl raei. Hiat Hie others could 
not overemm* ami she won after a iiiild drive to out- 
stay Maleeoii. 

Jiwkey Hnfhatii. who was iiijiireil liy a fall in a 
steepleehasi* at Louisville and considered serloiisl.v 
hurt, was at Hic track showing slight .signs of his 
recent injuries. He will go to (.'anada,* wliere lie 
will ridi*. 

Milton Young, wlio was in California during Hie 
winter, wtis among tislay’s visitors. He stat***l that 
AV. YValsh is the gr«*atest liglitweigiit rider in Ihe 
country. 

A. Itellcw and S. S. Trac.v aiTived tmiay from 
New Orleans. **iieh with four iiorscs. and F. S. 
Kelly eaiiie in from Nashvill** with six. 



RHODORA AND SIGNORINETTA. 



Kiehard Croker's eraek filly. I£li(a|ora. winner of 
tlie Tlioii.samt Guineas, and Clievalier E. *»iiiistrelli’s 
now famous winner of Hie D**rliy. .SigtHiriiiella, will 
jtrobahly in**asiire strid*'s in Hie Oaks at Epsom to- 
day. Two days ago it would not liav«* oeeiiiTcd to 
anyone interesttsi in raeiiig lo think of the latter 
as liaving even a remote ehan<*e lo win. while Rh<i- 
dora WHS d**emed as gr**at a certainty as th>*re isin 
lie in riu'ing. Tli<* nm*xp**et<sl out**ome of Hie Derb.v 
has smldenly Invested the Oaks with deHded inl**r- 
est, and Italy now has a elwiiK*** to humble Ireland 
that was nndr**am«*d of last week. 

In res'iH'ct to their future engagements SignorinettH 
is in more events of Importance than Rhoilora. The 
latter is only in Hie Atlantic Stakes ami .St. George 
Stakes at the LiviTisail summer met'ting in July, 
and Hie .\M*ot «;oItl Clip. Hardwicke Rtak*»s. Fifty 
fifth Biennial Slaktui ami nriy-fifth Triennial Stakesi 
at .\scot. Sigiiorlnetta lias uomiiiaUons to the Grand 
Prix dc Paris. Dom-aster, St. Ia*ger. Limekiln StakP.->,, 
J«H-k<*y t’lnb Stakes and (treat F<»al Stakes at New- 
market, Cliampiim Bree«lers’ Foal Stakes at Derby, 
E**lipse Stakes at Sandown Park and Royal Stakes 
at N’ewimi-y. In none of these do the two fillies 
m»***t, but Iwdh are in the Har*lwieke Stakes of 11W9. 



TRANCE A FILLY OF MUCH QUALITY. 



Tliat giMid tifly Trance has w<>n fi*e and a half 
races, four and a half of them stakes, for (Jeorge 
Odom since he gave Toni Grifiiu $3,(ttl*) for the flUy 
which tJriffiu considered to be on the verge of a 
breakflowii. The half race is her dead beat for tbe 
Elmhurst Stakes at Jamaica with Fltz Herbert di 
rectly aft**r she had gom* to (bloiii. Here is the 
record of Trance’s doings since li«*r .sale: 

Race. Wgt. Track. Dist. Time. 

•Elinliiirst .DK5 Jamaica .5 f 1:09 

Jamaica 4i f 

Jamaica ,5 f 

Kelmont f 

Belmont 4j f 

Gravest'iid ... 5 f 



Rosedale 
Suffolk . 
Bouquet 
Gaiety .. 
Purse . . 



.114 
. .109 
. . . 100 
122 
!!!ii4 



:*->4it 

1 : 0 ** 
:5t J 



Won. 
$ 077.50 
I.7K5.00 

1.. 525. no 

1.. 595.00 
1,785.00 

810.00 



Total tfi) $8,757.50 

♦Dead heat with Fitz Herbert. 



FRENCH PARI-MUTUEL PAYS 194 TO 1. 



There was a surprise In a selling race at ,Ht. 

Cloud, near Paris, on Monday, May 25. wh^n Cyr- 
nos. the winner of the Prix des Myijsotls, brought 
in 1,942 fran*.*s for 10 at the pari-mutuel. Parisians 
have not had many siieli big prices lately. The 
riiiiner-iip, Diane IL, was favorite at a little ov*r 
even money, hut she was beaten easily hy two 

lengths. The winner belonged to M. Edmond Beer, 
and was ridden by the apprentiix* H. Childs. The 
horse wa.s claimed after the raee for $l..V)t4 hy M. 

H. Rigaiid. This price at tbe iMiri-mntnel is su 

far the re*»rd of the year. 



PLUNGER JOHNSON ZB **8TRONO” AGAIN. 



New York. Jnne 4. — Dare Johnson, after a long 
spell of misfortune, is in his stride again. It ap-' 
pears that Johnson beat six races at Belmoint Park 
last Saturday, beginning tbe day with a $500 wager 
on Live Wire, which took the opening crent. On 
.Monday Johnson won a goo«l bet on Bosebeu, also 
cashing big wagers on Chit, James B. Brady an«i 
Connaught Banger. Tnesday he scored heavily over 
Trance, Bayonet and McCarter, and has ud nu 
■erioos disaster since. 



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THU AGO, ILLINOIS, JUNE 



TELEGRAPHIC FORK. 

The lM»rses wiiicU seem l¥‘st in Friday’s itices 
are : 

Gravesend-- New York. June 4. 

1 — Roseheii. Whitney entry. tJohl Laily. 

2— 151'tok Oak. Arasei . .Montank. 

Field Mouse, .Melissa. Suffragette. 

4 — Jack .\tkin. .Master Koliert. Tonreiine. 

tjood l.nck. .Missouri Lad. Flavigny. 

*i — Flfz Ilerln-rt, I ncle .liiii, Vo<h14m>. 

E. r. Smith. 

I.atonia--l..atonia. Ky.. June 4. 

1 — E. -M. I-'ry, .Miss Strome. Hannibal Bey. 

2 — Huck, Qnagga. Aunt Rose. 

3 — Rockcastle. French Cook, T. .M. (ireeu. 

4— Estradia, Boemn, Lucille 1>. 

3— Etheida, Transform, Serenade. 

«— Cauopinn. Major T. J. t'arsou, Vausel. 

J. L. Itenipsey. 

Woodbine Park— Toronto, Out... June 4. 

1 — Ilarconrt, Goes Fast, Shindy. 

2— Moeby entry, Servlcence, Uawkwiug. 

3— China Shop. Loretto, Stone King. 

4— El Itorado, Hawkuma, Bertha K. 

fi —Spencer RellT, Essex 11., Frank Somers. 

0 — Creel, Bathliriek, Picaroon. 

T. K. I.ynch. 

Oakland— Oakland. Cal., June 4. 

1— Bannock Boh, Old Settler, Sir Angus. 

2 — Cobleskill. Eckersall, Bromina. 

3 — Rama, Ralph Yfuing, Fastoso. 

4 — J. C. Clem, Eduardo, Vesme. 

t > — Hannah Louise, .Mhidie. Bnldiling Water. 

6 — Purse Rose, Sibari, Belle Kinney. 

H. Forsland. 



THIRTY LEADING HORSES. 

Emulating the example of his owner among men, 
Colin has gone into the leader.ship of the winning 
horses and is likely to remain there. By winning 
the Brooklyn Handicap Celt has taken third place 
and is another probably destined to figure formidably 
In the winning list. Fair I’lay, Pinkola and Kara 
have earned jtlaces in tlie list of thirty and its 
iiienil*ers and tlieir wiunii gs are as follows: 

Total Win’gs 



Horse. .\ge 

Colin 3 

Jack Atkin .... 4 

Celt 3 

.Meelick 3 

Montgon^ry ... 4 

Trance 2 

Kir Martin .... 2 

Angelas 3 

ciiapultepee ... .‘I 
Rapid Water . . 7 

Lee Rose 2 

McCarter 4 

Berry .Maid .... 3 
Rose Queen ... 2 

Big Bow »: 

Joe .Madden ... ’2 

Fair Play :! 

tild Honesty .. 4 

•lohn M. P M 

Stantina <3 

Downpatrick . . <1 

Marse .\be 2 

Kara 3 

Pinkola t! 

.Magazine 3 

I’edro 4 

Restigouohe 3 

Johnny Lyons.. 4 
Stone Street ... 3 
Import 3 



Edenwold Stud. 

Cbcstnnt colt, by The C/Oinmoner — NelHe Van; 

G. W. Cook, Morrislmrg 600 

Bay filly, by The Commoner — Mt. Mist; A. 

Brown & Co 500 

Chestnut colt, by Lord Esterling — Brief; James 

Crooks, Hamiltmi 650 

Chestnut filly, by The Commoner — Touch Not; 

James Crooks, Hamiltou 900 

Chestnut colt, by The CotiMuoner— Great Annie; 

Sir Montagu Allan 150 

(Thestmit filly, by The* Commoner — NItetls; Dr. 

Noble, Toronto 300 

Bay colt, by Tlie Commoner — .Maud Blackburn; 

V'alle.v Farm Stable 000 

Cbestnnt filly. l>.v The (’.ouunoner — Loyal Marie; 

Valley Farm Stable .500 

Chestnut colt, b.v Tlie tkmimoner— Mias Chap- 
man ; S. W. Streett L'lO 

Bay eolt. by The Comunsier — Valeriana; J. E. 

Seagram 500 

Ba.v c<dt. b.v Tlie Commoner— Ktise Stamlish; O. 

W. Cook 500 

Chestnut tilly, b.v Tlie Cinnmeiier — .Annie I.<au- 

retta; Fred H«dt 12." 

(Tu'stnait filly, li.v Ixird Esterling — Lizzie Eng- 

lisli; Valley Farm Stable ; 200 

Black colt, liy Ixird Esterling — Flora Handsome; 

James Crooks 7.50 

(Tiestnut fill.v, l>y Lord Esterling— Cherl; J. W. 

Pangle . . 300 

Bay <*olt, tiy Ixird Esterling — Kate Elam; Josepli 

James. iVindsor 1.50 

Chestnut eolt. liy Ixinl EsU-rling — Mrs. Sneed; 

Janiea Crooks 400 

Five liead from the .Avondale Stud realized $1,32.5; 
average $2(!r>. 

Seventeen Imad from tlie KOenovoM Stud realized 
$7,.57.5; average. $44.5. 

NOTES OF THE TURF. 

I.esbia, the winter favorite for the English Oaks, 
has been si-ratehed and will not figure as against 
Rhodora at Epsom today. 

Ther* is :i promising half sister to Hercnioid 

lieing iinule ready f<»r the eastern Jiiuipiirg raeos. 
She is Harpist II., in Colonel Robert Neville's 

string. 

Walter MilK r. wlio was all tlie rage in New York 
last s«»ason. has not attracted mneh attention so far. 
He had ills first mounts on Monday, hut was- liardly 
noticeil by tlie crowd. 

Palenioii, four-year old liay colt liy Sandringham -- 
Queen d’Or. is suffering with a siiread foot and 

prohabl.v will iiol face llie Iiarrier iinlil the Seattle 
meeting is well iinder way. 

Tlie .Mist, II. .A. Ross' six-year old mare whieh 
has proven more than an ordinarily sneeessfni liread- 
winuer during tier career on the tnrf, is being gal- 
loped along aft«T a teiiijsirary lay-olt due to an in- 
jured foot. 

The poor showing of Keep .Moving in the Lalonia 
Dertiy is a<x*ouiited for li.v the explanation tiuit slie 
had a wreiiehed back. Mose Goidhlatt did not wish 
to start iior, lint was iiersuaded that the injury 
would not afteet lier running. 

-A B«-rliii ealde states that tlie Union Club, or 
.Tcs-ke.v Club, of that city, hiis withdrawn the license 
of the Canadian jockey, Harry I.ewis, altaelied to 
the statde of 11. Brown, .Tr., granted at the request 
of Baron tipiienheim, for wliom he had c-ontractcd 
to ride. The jockey, it is said, went to .America for 
a holiday trip and failed to return to fill his ooutract. 
He may als<i he barred from the .American tracks. 

OAKLAND ENTRIES. 

Probaliilities: Weather clear; track fast. 

Racing start.s at 1:40 p. m. (Chicago lime, 3:40.) 
,• Runs well in mini. ©.Superior mud rilliaer. 

First Race — Futurity Course. 

1170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) 

3-year olds. Selling. 



lud. 


Horses. 


Rec. 


A. Wt. 


Hilcp. 


754(49 


Friar of Elgin.. 




9!). 


.. .725 


74926 


Old Settler . . . , 


1:124 




.X720 




Banuoi-k Bob . . 


1:12 


lol. 


...713 


7.507U 


Franciscan 








73025 


Humero 


1:124 


101. 


. X71(i 


7.5070 


Turnaway 


I :l(i4 


!*7. 


.. .710 


75070 


Bonhenr 




93 . 


.X710 


740H 


-Athgold 




KH). 


. . . 7<»o 


73110* 


Sir Angus 




97. 


...703 


74923 


Hal 




103. 


. X700 


7420S 


Deneeu 


1 :14* 


97. 


. X 7<K( 


74911 


Mrs. O’Farrell . 




93. 


. . .700 




Second Race — 1 


Mile and 70 


Yards. 





4-.vear-olds and upward. Selling. 
(Track record: (XKi.56— 1:43 — Ti — 106. 



2d. .3d. Wln’gs. L.Week. 

O (I $ 34,8.5.5 $'22,7125 

.5 1 3U,Slo 500 

0 o 2'2,540 22, .540 

1 1 18,000 

1 1 1.3,42.5 

3 1 13..357 2.59.5 

1 O 11, .540 9..S7.5 

1 1 11,32.5 

2 1 10,460 ...... 

II 2 8.070 

3 O S,0L5 40U 

0 O 7,6.80 tSitO 

2 o 7.370 

1 o 7,120 

2 2 7,040 

2 I 6,(>.3o 810 



3167= 


Eckersall ..... 




6. 


.114. 


X725 


3140* 


Uoblesklll 


..1:46 


4. 


.107. 


..720 


ol67 


Benvolio 




•S. 


.114. 




3162 


Bromina 




4. 


.103. 


X715 


3140 


Silver Sue 




r». 


.109. 


X710 


.50.50 


IkOnise Fltzgibbon . 




4. 


.103. 


X710 


311.3 


Charles Green 




r». 


.111. 


. .703 


311.3 


I’eggv O’Neal 




0. 


. 109. 


X70.5 


.707:*. 


Knroiiatkin 




r». 


.106. 


. .703 


.50!K5 


Shastamax 




4. 


.110. 


. .700 


4929 


Annie 11 






.D)9. 


. .700 


3167 


George Kilborn .... 




4. 


.107. 


. .700 



Third Race— 1 Kile and 70 Yards. 
4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



(73071) 


(Track record; 
Rama 


69036—1:43—3— 
1:45 3 


106.) 

. .109. 


. X723 


7470G 


Ralph Young , 




7 


..114. 


. X720 


7.5141 


Jack Adams . 


7. 


. .111. 


. X715 


7.5030 


Elizabeth F. . 




5 


. .109. 


. X713 


7.5117 


Nalionassar . . 


1:44 


6 


..114. 


. X71o 


7.*J)72 




1 -44^ 








7:5117 


Entrada 




4 


. .103. 


...710 


74!)99 


Johnstown . . . 




tL 


. .114. 


. X 703 


731«)* 


Nonie 


1:44§ 


u 


. .109. 


. X703 


73167 


Kastoso 




6 


. .111. 




75141 


John U 


1:464 


5 


..111. 


...7<X) 



Fourth Race — 1 1-2 Kiles. 
4-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 
(Track record; 7.50Mti— 2:32— 5 — ti9.) 



Totals (30) 122 62 36 $2!i9,3.32 $75,570 

Age. Horses. Amount. 

Two-year-olds (• $ 52,527 

Three year-edds U! 144,603 

Four-year -old.s (> 69,027 

Five-year-olds 1 .5,790 

Six-.vear-olds 2 12,915 

Seven-year-olds 1 8,o70 

Nine-year-olds 1 6.400 

■IVitals :Ul $299,.3.32 

EDENWOLD AND AVONDALE SALES. 

The full record of the Toronto sale of the FMen 
wold and Avondale studs is as follows: 

Avondale Stud. 

Cliestnul colt, by King Hanover — Bradawl, by 

Peasara ; Valley Farm Stable $1(X) 

Brown filly, b.v King Hanover — Brooch, by Che- 
viot; Valley Farm Stable 400 

Bay colt, by Masetto — ^Frogmore, by Quicklime, 

P. Lamb 32.5 

Bay filly, by Masetto— Reco«verr, by The Bard; 

Valley Farm Stable 373 

Bay colt, by Masetto- — Ida Quicklime; P. I.iamb 125 



73163'' 


J. G. CIkE.M.. 




3.. 98. 


X730 


73096* 


Eduardo 


2:324 


6. .KM. 


X745 


7.5096* 


Vesiue 


2:324 


4.. 99. 


X740 


75138* 


Ouardi 




4. . 99. 


X735 


73138) 


Netting 




6. .102. 


. .7:10 


731.38 


Kogo 




4.. 97. 


x7:io 


7.%<Ki7 


A. Muskoday 




6. .107. 


©720 




Fifth Race— 5-8 Mile. 








2year-tdds. 


SjK-cial Weights. 






(Track record: 


72089— .'•.84—;u 


-108.) 




7316.’t= 


Hannah I.iHiise 




107. 


. . . 725 


75114) 


.Middle 




110. 


...720 


74974) 


Altamor 




no. 




75046) 


Bubbling Water 1:01 


107. 


. X713 


75112) 


Gaisina 




107. 


. . .715 


74973 


Listowel 




107. 


...710 


75114* 


Uhas. W. Hihlges .... 


110. 


...710 


7.M37* 


Novgorod .... 




li)7. 


...710 


73112* 


Zella G 




107. 


. . .705 


7511-t* 






107 


. . 705 


75021 


t)sceola 




no. 


...700 


75114 


Aks-.\r-Ben . . 


1:014 


no. 


. . .700 




Sixth Race— 7-8 Mile. 








.3-year-olds and 


upward. Allowances. 






(Track recxird: 


73730 -1 :2.’>4 — 4 


—lot).) 




7.VI74* 


Purse Bose . . 


1:274 


4. .117. 


.X725 


7.5189 


Biliv Pullman 


1:294 


.3. .10!). 


. X720 


75115* 


Belle Kinney 




6. .119. 


. X715 


75192 


Sibari 


1:264 


4. .122. 


...715 


7.V(72 


Vronskv 




.3. .109. 


. . .710 


73139 


May L. N. .. 


l:’274 


4. .117. 


. . .710 


75187 


Si-a I.ad 


1:27 


.5.. 121. 


. X705 


7."AH)1 


Furze 


1;:«>4 


4. .117. 


. . .700 




Yank 




4. .119. 


. X690 



THURSDAY. JUNE 4, 1908. 



OAKLAND FORM CHART. 

(OAKLAND.) 



WEATHER CLEAR. 



TRACK FAST 



W 5 105 10 6 
W 4 105 8 ;t 
W 4 106 11 7 
WSB 5 106 3 8 
W 5 104 2 4 
W13 107 .5 2 
W 9 105 4 1 
W 4 187 1 5 

SB 4 103 6 10 

WB 4 103 12. 9 
W 6 105 7 12 
WB 7 103 9 11 



31 3>i 3nk W McIn’relAkeCountyS’ble 15 
41 4ak 411k 74 J McBride W St Vincent 12 

6nk 6nk 8* 8“k Rettlg I. E Fine 10 

11' 10* 10* 9*i Post I Morehouse 12 

91 9* 9‘ lOnk A Harris F Rose 15 

10»|U‘ 11‘ ID O Sullivan E C Blume 20 

12 12 12 12 Coles P J Nell 40 

Ttm*. 1:101. 



Winner — B. h, by St. Gatien — Napa (trained bv A. Berry). 

Went to post at 1:45. At poet 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second and thlr«i the same. 
IV began slowly, bnt closed up rapidly on the outside in the last lialf, scoring in the last stride. 

Mechlin set the pai-e throughout, but tired finally and Is improving Weblier. awav sUiwlv. gained iiiiicklv 
but c-onld never i|uite get up. .Sea Lad made np ground steadily. Tran.smute. shuffied back eariv. cIowmI a 
pp. .MiseWef was always in prominent cHifentloii. E. .M. Brattaiii loonieil up iiiidwar of the stretch 
but tired. May Pink was always in close (piarters. The winner was entered for $400; no hid. 

Overweights — Transmute. 1 pound: Mis<-lilef. 2; May Pink. 4. 

7 PT "1 SECOND R.ACE — 3-4 Kile. (72047 — 1:11§ — 3 — 103.) $400 added. 4-year-olds and up- 

i .A. KJ kJ ward. Selling. Net value to winner $3.8.5 



Ind Horses AWtP^Sl 

75162*MAB. HOLLANDER 4 112 1 4 

7.5115 .SIR BRILL.AR 6 124 3 3 

(7:5770lMIKE JORDAN w 7 121 4 8 6"* >• .3<> .Sandy W .St Vincent 12 2() LM 7 ' 3 

75li:t*E.SC.VMADO w 6 121 2. 6 5‘J 5^5 4^ .1 .McBride F M Mahone 12 16 15 C 3 

75113 P'.NCE FREDERKJK B 5 124 U 11 11 II 9^ 5>i Scoville F \V ftapp 10 12 8 :!i 8-5 

;.'.(>4.5*PROLIFIC WB 4 119 10 2 1=.>. PJ Ink j McIntyreVV Durk«--r 5 12 12 5* 2 

75094 C.APT. BURNEIT w 5 121 G 1 8h Suk 7nk A Harris H Cotton 8 10 9 4 ,8-5 

75164 IA>RD PROVOST W 6 121 8 5 :!* 3^ 4"k 8* F Wilson .*<teele & Riley 20 60 30 15 7 

74997 BOGOHAMA ws 5 121 5 7 7* 5nk ,snk 9nk King R Flaherty loO 1.50 loO 4(i 20 

7494.S ROY.\L HtK'.UE ws 9 121 7 9 9nk 9‘JIO* 10*i Rettig Dennv Bros 8 10 lo 4 • 

73189nTVANT w 6 119 9 10 10* loj 11 11 C Sullivan O E ‘Ware 8 20 15 6 3 

Time, 24. 481. 1:13(. 

Winner — B. f, by Maxlo— Circlet (traiiusl liy E. J. Ramsey). 

D*9t at 2:11. At isist 4 niinutes. Start gfsal. W'an driving; st*coiul and tliird tlie same. 
-Mals'l Hollander ran in patient and forward pursuit of the leaders and made gissl finally going away fast. 
Sir Brillar, from a lucky start, was reserved in lielilud I'rolllic and drew out midway of the streteli. tint 
siiccumla*d in the last fifty yards. Mike Jordan, awa.v slowl.v, closed a big gap in a fast streteli nisli 
Kscamado was well up tlironghoiit and made a game Hnisli. Prince FreiWrick. awav very liadlv. made up 
mucli ground. I'rolitie showed superior sp«*ed for Jive furlongs and quit. Captaiii P.urnett was slinffled 



AWtPPSt Vi M %StrFin Jockeys 



4h 4*i 3i l>i E Sullivan E J Ramsey 4 6 4J 9-5 4 

2i 2*J 2* 2J A Walsh KenilworthSkFm 9-45 2i 2J 11-101 



p_H_C_P .S 
4 6 4i 9-5*4-3 



W 6 119 9 10 



12 20 20 7 3 

12 16 15 6 3 

10 12 8 ::j 8-5 

5 12 12 5 2 

8 10 9 4 8-5 



8 10 lo 4 2 

8 20 15 6 3 



siiccumla*d in the last fifty yards. >Iike Jordan, awa.v slowl.v, ciosed a big gap in a fast streteli nisli 
Kscamado was well up tlironghoiit and made a game Hnisli. Prince FreiWrick. awav very liadlv. made iii 
mucli ground. Prolitie showed superior sp«*ed for five furlongs and quit. Captaiii P.urnett was slinffleil 
back in tlie streteli. The winner was entered for $.5(Nl; no tiid. 

S« nitcli ed — 74( i!>!) Norwood Olilo 121. 



7 K T QQ 'rUIRII R.VCE— 1 1-16 Miles. (74951— 1 ;44J— 6—105. » Piirst* $.5(K). .3-year-olds and 

i JL Ja u pward. Selling. Net val ue to winne r $ 40(1. 

A W't PP St V4 % % Sir Fin Jockeys Owners O H C P 



Ir.d Horses 



75164 FRED BENT 

75098 NON IE 

75115 EARL ROGERS 



7 C‘i 4‘ 41 2!J l‘.i .Sandy E Dealy 6 6 5 2 4-5 

I :!J I'i 1= 1>. 2*J .1 Callahan (;arden( 'ItyS’ble .50 H)U 6<) 20 6 



75072 HILLY PULL.MAN WB 3 101 1 3 7 (G 51 4‘ 4* J MclntvreE Trotter 4 10 10 3 3 • 

75l:«»FAIR F.AGOT w 4 lo9 5 4 4=1 :!1 3J 5nk .5-'?. Rettig ‘ .1 T Robbins 3 4 4 6 5 1-2 

75141 I.. .VCKERl.EV WB 4 108 3 6 6-1 7 7 7 6J Kuogh D .A Ross 6 16 16 5 2.‘. 

.3876 BR<.H>KLE.\F w 3 I'N) 4 5 lii .5li 6* 6* 7 A \VaIsh \V E .-Vpplegate 7-5 3-2 6 5 3 5 I 3 

,... Time, 23L 48», l:J4i, l:40t, 1 ;4(;(. 

Winner Cb. g. Iiy Salvado-Miss Aliee HI. (trained liy E. Dealy). 

^ Went to |M)st at l:.'k5. ,\t |s«it 2 minnies. Start gixHl. Won liandily: second and Ibird driving. Fred 

i.ent stuuililed and was pulling up on tlie first l((rn and loaiinied in and slint out rc|«-aledl.v. lint drew out 
hiiall.v and decisively in tlie streteli. .Nonie develo|ied auiaziiig eariv s|ieed and held <>n iinexiH-etedl.v well 
among this kind. Earl Ibniers. after proiiiineiit eoiiteiitioii to the fast sixteeiitli. tired. Hilly Piilliiiaii. a 
slow hegiiiner, closed a big gap in tile middle riiiiiiing. lull was swerving liadlv at (lie end. Fair Fagot 
i,uit I«idl.v in the streteli. Bnxikleaf was kieked at tlie luist and badly interfered witli. 'I'he winner was 
entered for $l.."i(iO: no hid. 

fj'_l*jGdied -(75l;a»)Tojiim.v Alie^ni. l'5l: TTG^W Kogo^lOO; 7.MI72 Ten Oaks. KIC. 



w 5 PM 6 2 S- 2.\ juk 3"k ;u A Harris W Walker 



75l:«»FAIR F.AGOT 
75141 I.. .VCKERl.EV 
73876 BR(.H*KLE.\F 



W 4 109 5 
WB 4 108 3 
W 3 liN) 4 



6 12 12 4 8-5 

4 10 10 3 3 2 

3 4 4 6 5 1-2 

6 16 16 5 2.*. 

7 5 3-2 6 5 3 5 1 3 



7 Pr 1 FOCRTH RACE 7-8 Mile. ( 7.:7::0- 1 :25ji— 4— K»!l. ) |•nrs,> $7((o. 

I tF -A A/VF ward. Handieaii. Net value to winner $.">5(». 



■year olds and up 



Ind Horses 



T.5((>)!(*.STANlkIlY KAY 


W S 


MJ :: 2 2'.'. 


:ti‘ 




:!"k ].>. A 


Harris W Walker 




11* 


Ml- 


57- 


7316.5*.IOH.\.NY 1. YON’S 


WK 4 


M4 4 4 .51 




I’i 


1 ‘ 2.'. .1 


Hayes M .1 Hayes 




ti-'. 


0 




7.5ill(;)*GrX)K10 


\v :: 


!(4 6 .5 4'> 


r»^ 


4* 


4* :d a 


Walsh W Fine 


•» 






•» 


(7.'H)!(!()SE(7UKITV 


\v 5 


114 .5 6 13 


ink 


23 


2>ik 4i >. .) 


MeIntyreW (’ahill 


4 


21- 


54 


;• 


74Sai=UADlUHO.\ 


w it 5 


1(H) 2 :: :{(• 


4I1 


510 


510 Tj 1 5 ( ’ 


boneau E Dealv 


15 


50 


:i() 


s 


747L’y (M'EAN shore 


\v 4 


as 1 1 6 


«; 


6 


6 6 E 


Sullivan Elliott&.Marron 


1.5 






8 



Time. 2.3L 47(. 1 :I.:l 1:25*. 

Winner — R. c. liy Canopus — Mamie B.. by SI. Blai.si' (trained liv W. Walker). 

Went lo (lost at :’.:(»0. .\t ixist 2 iiiinntes. Start gixMl. Woii driving; second and tliird tls* same 

-Ganley lay. luckily and forwardly placisl to tlie strelch. Imni|>cd his wav through tlie leaders and won 
ilrawing elear. Johnny Ii.vons liroke slowl.v and was exeessively and iirem'atiirely urged into the lead on 
tile far turn and snceiimbed finally. Glorio. in close quarters in Hie eariv rniining and toned wide on tlie 
iiiras. finished fast. .Seenrily forged quickly into (lie lead and set n stift pace for lliree furlongs Mien 
dropi«‘d out. Cadielvou was iiroiuineiit for live furlongs. Ocean Shore, troiii a llairiMited start was' I ioih.- 
iesslv outpaced all the wav. 

Seralelied — ( 7.5(148) Critic. Iih;. 

Overweiglits .lohnii.v L.voii.-:. 1 pound. 



y pr "I (A -1 FIFTH RACE— 1 Mile. (69104- 1 ;:t8s 

I A. JL .Net value to win ner $;!2.5. 

nd' Horses AWtPi‘St V4 (g >4 Sir Fin 



— 1— '-hi. ) I’urse $400. ."-.Year-olds. Selling. 



Ind Horses A_Wt J*l^S^V4_i5 ^4 Jockeys Owners O HOPS 

75116*ST. KILD.-\ w UiS 1 5 5*i 5* 3‘ 2“k 1* .1 McintyivEI Niilo Stable 5 6 ^4 I I-2' 

75141*EI> DAVIS w lOS 7 4 2U 2* 2'i 1?. 2'5 .V VValsti C C .Met 'jilTerl y 4 5 4 5 :: 4 1-3 1-6 

(75116)COLHERT « sB 105 4 1 D IJ ](• 3*1 :{J J McBride \V \f Caine 6 12 12 4'. H .5 

75049 P.VT RIOT 1C v\ 103 2 :: 4 * 4‘i .5* 4*4 41J .V Harris J B iniiin 15 20 20 o" 2 

75116 .ARTHUR HY.M\N W.sB MS 6 6 :\l 4‘ 5* 5» Rettig E .1 Haldwill .5 S 7.'. 1159-10 

75139 ROMA NOF'F wllo 5 7 7 6> Gi" 6"> 6“» \V .Mcln're.M J Daly to lo lo ;; 3 2 

7.'i()9:5 No I'KATHEIt IVB 105 'A 2 •>■''.1. 7 7 7 7 .Sainl.v I* TK- Lucca 30 D) 5o 15 6 

Time. 25. 4'Jt, 1:111. 1 ; 4 |. 

Winner R. <•, by TarctHila-— St. Kristine (trained b.v G. .Milleri. 

Went lo |K>sf at :!:25. ,\t jk>sI I iniu((ti‘. Star! giaid. Won driving: .sisanid and tliird the same. 
81. Kllda met witli interference at tlie start, tint closed up steadilv in Mie middle rnniiiiig and oiilslaved 
tbe favorite in a long -streteli drive. K<i Davis laiiped tin- pMceniaker to the bait and drew out like the 
Vinner, bnt tired finally. Colbert made tlie rnniiiiig to tbe streteli and siieeiinilieit. I’atriotie, well iqi all 
the way. finislicil witli uiiexpis'ted speed. .Arthur Hyiiuin quit at six furlongs. The winner nas entered 
for $400; no hid. 

Scratclied 75i::6*Boas, 107; 75i;:(t*Billy Myer, 107; (751(9:)High Gun, 107; 7.5070 Esllier .M l(Ml- 
75116 Frank Skinner. lo5. 



w 


MS 


1 5 5*' 5* 


;ji 2“k 1* .) McintvreKl 


Niilo Stable 




6 


4 


1 1 ’2 


w 


MS 


7 4 2'.’. 2* 


2'i IJ 2'.’. .A VValsti (’ 


(’ .MeCalTerly 


4 .5 


•1 .5 


:: 1 


12 1-6 


\V.<B 


M.5 


4 1 U 13 


](* :!*1 :{3 .1 .McBride \V 


M (’aiiie 


6 


12 


I’J 


4i H .5 


w 


M.’! 


2 :: 4? 4‘.‘. 


.5* 4*4 43 .A Harris .) 


1: iniiin 


1.5 


20 


20 


6 2 


W.SB 


MS 


li c :tii :>,i 


4' .5* 5® Rettig E 


.1 Baldwin 


T, 


S 


7,1 


11 58-10 


\v 


IM 


377 It' 


6'" 6'“ 6>® \V .Mcln’re.M 


J Daly 


M 


III 


In 


:: .’! 2 


W B 


10.5 


2 6*.l 7 
Time. 2.5 


7 7 7 .Sainlv 1* 

.. I'Jt, 1:111. 1 ;4|. 


IK- I.ueea 


20 


D) 


r.n 


15 6 



WB 


4 M7 


5 








"2‘* 


“2* 


1“" 


Sct>vi!l4^ KeC'iie Firos 10 


M 


‘s 




S 5 


WB 


4 102 


5 


1 


h 


04 


0* 


h 


!!• 


.A Walsh E Trotter 6 ' 


S-.7 




1 2 




WB 


.5 los 


7 


•; 


r»-.\ 


5’* 


4* 


4' 


2 * 


W McIn’reO Turek 1.5 


::o 




10 


4 


N W 


4 104 


1! 


4 


D 


D = 


1* 


V$ 


4* 


A Harris J M Urano 2 


2 


2 


8-5 


4 5 


W B 


.5 107 


6 


7 


7* 


7^ 


7- 


74 


63 


Rettig Mrs L Ikaiulry 4o 


GO 


60 




10 




6 HI 


1 


2 


o' 






r»® 


6*4 


J McIntyreVV (.'ahill 6 


8 


7 


2 


4 5 


8 


r, MS 


s 


5 


6* 


«3 






71 


Keogh KenilworthSkFm 15 


20 


20 


7 




W 


4 107 


4 


s 


S 


s 


s 


s 


8 


J McBride Myers A lYlddtK'kC 


8 


8 


2 \ 


S 0 



yPriQQ SIXTH R.ACE 1 Mile. I69KM 1 ;.3Ss - 4-9.5. ) Purse $4(Ni. 4 year olds and upward. 

I fj JL ty Sjieeial W eight s. Net value lo winner .$:!25. 

Ind Horses A Wt PP.St (i Vg J’tr Fin Jockeys Owners D Ti C P S ’ 

751.39 TRIUMPHANT WB 4 M7 5 3 2:- 2* 2‘ 2* 1>< Scoville Keene Bims 1(~M~8~3~S 5 

7.5m=BYE BYE II WB 4 102 3 1 43 :!J 3‘ M 2* .A Wal.sh E Trotter 6 5 .8-5 ;:-2 1 2 out 

75166 .ST-xNDi '\'ER WB 5 los 7 6 5*X 5‘- 4* 4* 3* W' McIn’reO Turek 15 ::o :u» 10 4 

(75074)JOHN H. SHEEHA.Nw 4 104 2 4 1* D= 1* 3* 4* A Harris J M Crane 3 3 3 8-5 4 5 

74705 B.AUBJJO an 5 107 6 7 7‘ 7* 7* 7* 53 Rettig Mrs L Igiiulry 4o 60 60 20 10 

75074 YAD.A 6 HI 1 2 34 4“k .5« 6*4-1 MeIntyreW Cahill 6 8 7 2 4 5 

75117*EIjE\'ATI(‘>N s .5 I08 8 5 C* 63 6* 6' 7‘ Keogh KenilworthSkF'm 15 20 ‘2() 7 2.’. 

T.Vr72*SIB ARI w 4 107 4 8 8 8 S S 8 J McBride .Mvei s A lAlddockC 8 8 2.A s'O 

Time. 2-‘{(. 47.?. I;l.:. 1:3!>. 

Winner— 15. e. h.v Gerolsleiu- Erratum (trained b.v G. H. Keene). 

Went to iiost at .■!:.5.‘:. ,\t iKist 6 minutes. Start giHxl. Won driving; second and third tlie saiiie. 

Triumphant, from a Hying start, nuiint.iiiied nearest imrsuit ot the iiaeeniaker to the strelch and tiiiallv 
ontslayed Bye Bve 11. in a terrific drive. Bye Bye IL. iinpeded'on the first turn and exeessively urged to 
c.ose a gaii in tile middle rnniiiiig, ehallenged in tlie streteli and was a seeming winner, hut tired in tlie 
final strides. Standover closed up steadily, decisively outstaying the otliers tor third place. John H. 
.8'iieehan threatened to sjireadoagle Die otliers for six furlongs. Imt was nislied to exlianstion and quit at 
the end. Baulde ran well iqi tliroiiglionl. Vada dro)i|ieil out early. It was Iini fast for Elevation. Sihari 
ran a liad race. 

(tverweiglils- -Banlile. 1 4 H>iind. 



NEW YORK FORM CHART. 

(GRAVESEND.) 

THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1908. WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 

Fourth da.v. Brooklyn Jockey CInli. S|iring .Meeting of l(i days. (2.S2 Ixxiks mi.) 

Presiding Judge, Clarence McDowell. .Starter. ('. H. I’eftingill. Racing Secretary, F. Relilierger. 

Racing starts at 2::50 p. m. (Chicago time 1 :.'50 p. in.). W indicates whip, S simrs, B blinkers. Fig- 
ures in parentheses following the distance of each race indicate Index nnmlier. track record, age of horse 
and weight earrii'd. 



75168 



KIILST R.ACE 5 1-2 Furlongs. (70944 -1:66; 2— 9!».) $1.0O(i added. 

Selling. Net value to winner $820. 



Ind H orses 

751270 i7ai ) ys~ix>t;ise 

74823?NA.STURT1A w 96 9 3 2i> 2* 2=^ 2« E Dugan W F" Mathews 8-5 9 513 MI 2 1 4 

75122 ST. WITHOI.D WB 96 2 2 3i‘ 3* 3* 3* Garner Southwell Stable 5 6 5 2 1 

74808 SISTER PHYl.l.IS w 89 I t 4* 4? 44 4'' C Miller .1 .S Barbee 40 MO 60 20 12 

75122*HOME KI’N w lot 12 .8 "4 6'J 54 5* Musgr’ve ,'sewcastk*Stable 6 M 8 3 9.5 

75122 RIGHT SORT w Pj 6 4 5 5‘ .5h 6* 6* E Mahoney K F Carman 20 30 :5i) to 6 

73728=TOLL BOX WB P)7 8 6 6' 7' 7® 7* W Miller S r. Hildretli 10 2(( 20 X 4 

HEI^EN C-HE.8TER w 97 5 7 9? 8>i S= 8* Shreve M Murphv 4<) 1(H) 60 20 12 

75028 DR. Pir.lJlW WB 100 lo 9 8h M.t 9?- 9* Gilbert W R tJriffin 15 20 10 4 2 

75122=RUBLE wb 92 11 II 11 11 lo* 10® Leacli PSP Ranilolph 15 20 15 6 :{ 

74545*J. H. REED w 95 7 10 lo» 9t 11 ID® S Flynn P T Chinn 8 12 12 5 21 

If AMPTCIN ROAD.S w 92 3 12 12 12 12 12 .1 Moore W f-akeland 20v 50 fxi 20 10 

Time. 11. 22s, :hs. 4.S. 1 :()(»<>. l;(»7ii. 

Winner — Hr. f. b.v Sempronius - Docility (trained li.v F. Biirlew). 

Went to iMist at 2:29. At post 1 minute. Start bad. Won driving; second and third the same. Glad.vs 
Louise, off fast, showed marked improvement and fiiii.shed very gamely in a long stretch drive. Nastnrtia 
was ridden with over-confidence and reserved nnfil too late and finislied fast, lint lx‘aring out. St. Witliold 
ran well, Imt eould never improve his iiosition. Sister i’hyllis ran a creditalile racw. Horae Run closed a 
big gap from a bud Ix'glnnlng. Tlie last three at the start liad no cliaiice. Tlie winner was entered for 
$1,000; no hid. 

Overweights — St. Withold. 1 tiound: Riglit Sort. 2. 



AWtPPSt 44 M.- “4 Str 
WB 89 6 4 14 ]U H 1 



n .T m tkeys Own ers 

14 T Koerner B & O Stable 
2® E Dugan W F Mathews 
3* Garner Soutliwell Stable 



0_H_C_P_S_ 
'l5 15 12 5 2.t 

8-5 9 513 -MI 2 1 4 
5 6 5 2 1 



4? 44 4'' C Miller .1 S Barbee 



40 MO 60 20 12 



Musgr’ve Xewcastk-Stable 6 M 8 



5‘ ."h 6* 6* E Mahoney K F Carman 
(;i 75 -8 \v Miller S C Hildreth 

9? S'S S* 8* Shreve M Murphv 4* 

8h I0.4 94 9* Gilbert W R tJriffin 1; 

11 11 M* 10® Leach PSP Ranilolph 1.' 

10» 9t n ID® S Flynn P T Chinn 8 

12 12 12 12 .1 Moore W f.,akelaMd 2d 



20 ::o :50 10 c 

10 2(( 20 X 4 

4<) 1(H) 60 20 12 

15 20 M 4 2 

15 20 15 6 ;{ 

8 12 12 5 24 

20k 50 rsi 20 10 



75 169 

Ind Horses 
748^NOB. <5BLIGE~ 
7.5055 M. GITM BERTS 
73316 STELIk.VL.AND 
74160 CORDITE 



SECOND RACE— About 2 Miles. .Steeiilechasi-. (64727--.S:50— o--140. ) $1,000 added. 

4-year-olds and upward. .Maidens. Siieeial Weights. Net value to winner $H0((. 



AWtPPSt4 8 12 15 Str Fin Jockeys 
w 6 141 9 5 54 .5H ;t'4 3‘® 3‘® Dt David.son 

ws 4 1:57 2 9 X S 6® 2ii 2® 2® Palmer 

ws 4 1.37 8 2 1® 1® 1® 1* 14 2'® .Samp.son 

ws 4 137 I 1 2' 2‘ 4*1 5*® 5*® 44 Hup))e 



Owners 
H R“l)ulany 
.1 K Widener 
R E Watkins 
J W Colt 



_0_H_C_ !■_ S 
~6 8 8 3 7- 

24 3 13-51 1- 

677 21 6 

10 M M 4 2 



The figures under ‘’Rec.” in aMive entries show 
the best time made by the horse at the distance 
since Januar.v 1, 1906. This time is not necessarily 
made by a winner. It may be the estimated lime 
of a livsing performance. 



729.54 H.ARFLS3’ H. 


WS 4 


135 


6 6 4' 




5- 


4® 44 5*® U’nibley 


u 


Neville 


8 




15 


6 


8 


74957 W.ARlMOIt 


ws 6 


14.3 


7 7 7 ' ® 


710 


8 


6 6 (i J Steele 


'1' 


L FI vans 


20 


;:o 


;ai 


10 




(B>€’23 M.ALAUU.A 


WS 4 


i:t7 


3 4 2= 




211 


I'ullednp.M Hen’s’n 


BeverwyckSlatile 




5 


2 


4 5 


i!-r» 


71075 ’UDH AN 


ws 5 


I4:t 


4 S 64 




710 


Fell. Steiger 


1* 


H Smith 


2<) 




:!() 


10 


5 


74248 B.A.N’.NEI.Ik 


WS 5 


U’! 


2 2 Ran out. 


E Heider 


E 


R Thomas 


.3 


4 


4 


8-5 


4 5 



One hundred and seventy-eighth day. New California Jwkey Cluti. Winter .Meeting of 180 days. (.30 
books on. ) 



Presiding Judge, E. C. Hopper. Starter, Richard Dwyer. Secretary. Percy W. Treat. 



Racing starts at 1:40 p. m. (Chicago time 3:40 p. m.). W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. Fig- 
ures In parentheses following the distance of ea<A race Indicate index number, track record, age of horse 
and weight carried. 

W K I Q sy FIRST RACE— Futurity Course. (170 feet less than .3-4 mile.) (71817—1:081—2—99.) 

I O -I. O 4 $400 added. 4-year-olds and upward. S elUng. Net value to winner $4.30, 

Ind Horses ^A^Wt PPSt % % % Str Fin Jockeys Owner s O H C P S 

75073*BEniRYE»SA w 5 103*10 6 7*> 7>>k 6| M Sandy W D Randall 6 8 8 2 S-6 

75060 MECHLIN W 4 105 8 ;t in ink jn 2n j McIntyre D A Ross 7-5 8-5 i-5 4-5 2-5 

75M5 WHBHER w 4 106 11 7 2*4 2*i 2*4 3*4 J Hayes M J Hayes 10 10 7 3 3-2 

73022 SEA LAD WSB 5 106 3 8 54 5= 54 4** A Walsh W M Caine 5 6 5 2 6-5 

75113 TRANSMUTE w 5 104 2 4 8*4 84 7 * 5*4 Scoville S C Hildreth 10 15 15 6 3 

75118 MISCHIEIF wl3 107 5 2 3J 3*4 3»k w McIn’relkakeCountyS’ble 15 25 25 12 5 

78421 E. M. BRATTAIN w 9 105 4 1 4 * 4»k ink 74 j McBride W St Vincent 12 30 SO 12 6 

74652 Tkr AT PIOOC w 4 187 1 5 6“k fink gs gnk Rettig Ik E Fine 10 12 12 6 3 

74744 AZUSA SB 4 103 6 Irt 11® 10* 10* 9*4 Post I Morehouse 12 60 ft) 25 12 

74006 AVOUA wb 4 103 12 . 9 9* 9* l<S>k A Harris F Rose 15 60 60 20 10 

74820 PINAUD w 6 105 7 12 10»4U‘ H* H* O Sullivan E C Blume 20 20 20 8 4 

fW72 BTOELi ABBOTT WB 7 103 9 11 12 12 12 12 Coles P J Nell 40 100 100 40 15 



Time, S:."*))!. 

Winner - B. ni, l»y klentone — I.:inra Davis (trained liy J. BriKiks). 

Went to iBWt at 2:.31. At i»ost 1 luimite. Start fair. Won handily: second and third driving. 
Nivhlesse Oblige eaught Stellalaud tiring at the last jump and (*ame awa.v gunielv in the streteli. 
Mark Gumberts was hard ridden all of Die last turn of the fiehl and hung on very well. Steilalaiid. 
a gooil Jumper, made the pace nearl.v tlirougliuut and appeariit the winner wlien coming to the ia.st 
jmnp, but made a bad laruUng and before he eould recover he was passed by lioth Nolilesse Oblige 
and Mark Gumberts. Cordite, after showing som^ early speeil. quit baillj'. llari>ist II. and Warrior 
w(M-e always outrun. Bannell was making Die pace in front wlien he ran SnsUle of the wing of the’ 
fourth Jump. Cutian unseated his rider at the front field llverpool in the last turn of tlie I'ourse. 
Malacca was a contender when his saddle slippeil and he was pulled np. 

S<‘ratched — 7 2t>: U Meddlesome Boy. i:t7. 

•7 P* -| fy 'THIRD RACK— About 3-4 Mile. (ic„"i feet short.) ((tSa34— l;0Sg— 5— 122.) Patchogue 
I StJ i Stakes. $2,000 addetl. 3-year-olds and upward. S4‘lling. Net value to winner 



ind Horws_ _ 

75120*DON BNRIQITE WB 4 100 1 2 24 2*1 2'i 1* Delaby PatchogueStable M 1.5 15 6 3 

(74S59)PAUKVIEW' 'V .3 97 9 3 D DJ 1*> 2>1 E Dugan W F Mathews M M 8 3 8-5 

74772*JACOBITE wB 5 107 2 8 6*> 4*» 4J 3*A Notter C R Ellison 8-5 2 9-5 1 1-2 

(75104)JAMES B. BRADY WB 3 96 6 1 3 ' 3'1 Sa 4*> Garner F J Farrell 5 6 5 2 1 

74820 DREAMER W 6 103 3 4 7* 6.J 5*J 5= D MctTthyll B Duryea 7 8 6 2 1 

7.5079 TONY BONERO wb 4 107 7 .5 5*i 5*1 61 6'4 W Miller <1 R Fleisohmannl® .30 20 8 4 

74843*SPOONER wb 3 102 4 9 8* 8® 7* 7® Musgr’ve F B Jkeinaire 7 12 10 4 2 

74860 BAT MASTBRSON W 4 Ml 5 6 9 9 9 8* Shreve M Ik Schwartz 8 15 12 5 21 

75120*TOM M’GRATH w 5 93 8 7 4H 7J 8* 9 Gilbert H R Brandt 8 12 M 4 2 

Time 10*. 224. Mi. 47*. .'>94. 1:09. 

Winner — B. g, by Hastings — Bella-D6nna (trained by F. M. Taylor). 

Went to post at 3:27. At post 1 minute. Start fair. Won driving: second and third the same. Don 
Enrique, never far from the leader, closed np with a rush In the last furloug and was drawing out at the 
finish. Parkview showed a great turn of speed and. after racing James B. Brady into defeat, hung on 
well In the final drive. Jacobite was pinched off and crowded back right at the ^art. then closed a big 
gap and ran a good race. James B. Brady showed speed, but quit liadly in the stretch. Dreamer droppeil 
back In the early running, but ivas closing upvery resolutely In the stretch. The others were never serious 
contenders. The winner "was entered for $1,000: no bid. 

Scratched — 75190 MomeBtum. 95: 74754*6rimaMi. 100. 

Orerwet^ta— Ooo ■arlaoe, 2 ponnda; Jamea B. Brady, l; Tony Boatro, 2; Spouner, 1; Tom lIcGratk. 2. 



AWtrPSt */i (2 *4 str Fin Jockeys 



O H G P 



(75104)JAMES B. BRADY WB 3 96 6 1 

74820 DREAMER W 6 103 3 4 

75079 TONY BONERO wb 4 107 7 .5 

74843*SPOONER wb 3 102 4 9 

74860 BAT MASTBRSON W 4 Ml 5 6 

75120*TOM M’GRATH w 5 93 8 7 













i 



FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1908. 



DAILTfi RACING FORM. 



fourth race— 1 1-16 Miles. («as.'51— 1 :4.".3— :V— 120.1 Garelle States. $2..%00 ad(lo<l. 

-Pl m JL ^-yeur-o lils. Filliw. Allowam-eti. Net valiu* to w inner $4.940. 

ii'O H4TSC8 AWt>I^S^i4_%_%IstrJ'in Jocki-ya •Ow ners O HOPS 

\7.VX»r.)STAMINA w'U'l 1 2 i;’ 3< 3‘ I'i 1‘ E Dugan H P Whitney 2-5 1-2 9-20out— 

7;ai<t5*ANONrM.V WB 111 4 3 1*.'. 1» PJ 2- 2® Notter J R Keene 4 5 3i 3-5 out 

7r.oor>>LAU«HI.N'G EYES WB 111 2 4 6 5 4= 4» 3® Shaw Uhelsea Stable 40 «0 50 7 6-5 

T12X6*HAUF StlVEUEIGN wB 111 3 1 3® 2J 2® .3>» 4« W Miller A Belmont 5 7 7 7-5 2-5 

74S97®WIUD REFR-VIN wb 111 5 5 4h 41 6 5 6 R McDan’lJ I. McGinnis 50 70 60 10 2i 

Time, Hi. 2.3*, 3oi, 47i. 1:00, l.llti, 1:41, 1:48. 

Winner — B. f, hy Nasturtium — Entlurauee by Right (trained l).v A. J. Joynerl. 

tVent to post at o:.50. .Vt isist 1 minute. Start riwhI. Won easily: seooml and third the same. Stam- 
ina. much the lK*st, was rate<l to the head of the stretch. frf>m where she came away easily ami won in a 
canter. Anonyma was as easily second best and. after sotting the early pace, stayed well in the stretch 
inn. Laughing E.ves. outrun early, was closing up at the tinisli. Half Sovereign showed speed, but ran 
as tliough short and will surel.v improve. Wild Refrain was never a contender. 

ScratcluHl — 7r>(K.>.5 .Jersey Liglitning. 111. 



O 1 1 C P s 

2-5 1-2 9-20out— 

4 5 3| 3-5 out 

40 60 50 7 6-5 

5777-5 2-5 
50 70 60 10 2i 



Hie far turn, but tired In the stretch and was driving hard at the end to stall off Campaigner. The latter 
broke slowl.v and was tmtrun early and under a drive all «>f the last quarter and Just manage<l to last lo** 
enough to stall off Doubt. The latter finished with a great burst of speed. Cock Sure was turned side- 
ways when tile barrier was sprung and tired after going a half mile. Trey of Spades and Tamme showed 
sliecd. The winner was entered for $<KX>; no bid. 

ScratctMnl— 7.518:; Lall.v. 111. 



fTKIO^ SEVENTH RACE— 8-4 MUe. (62.546— 1:11|^— 114.) $.5(X) added. 3-year-olds. 
■ ^ Allowances. Net value to winner $450. 



Ind ^Ho^s 

75106 BR.AGGADOCIO 



75172 



1 nd ^ Horses 

749!C1 ROSl.MIKO 

7.'.I00®KIN«; OOHAIvT 

(7I755)BOrQUET 

7IS25 <'OHORT 

7r-027®.MOXOl>OLl.ST 

7.50.', 4 RIAl.TO 

71.562 .111 I, I A I^IWEL 

7:,030®r>ORANTE 

7.5100 (JITKSTIO.N M.\UK 

71S45 HARTFORD BUY 



FIFTH RACE— About 3-4 Mile. (la*. feet sliort.) (689:44— l:08g— 5— 122.) $1,000 

added^ ;>-year-ohls. Handicap. Net value to winner $810. 



^\.\\tPPSt ®4 Ms ?4 Str Fin Jockeys Owners O HOPS 



AW tPPSt % % % Str Fin Jo^eys Otraers O H C P g 

WB 107 6 1 5® 3* 2* 1®J C H Shll’gl W~ Booth 4 4 4 

7.5063 GOLD HEART w 101 13 1* 1»J li 2* Engl’der P H McCarren 4 6 4 2 4-6 

75134®CRUCHE D’OR w 99 3 5 4‘J 4® 3‘ 3® F’brother J E Seagram 3 3 2 4-5 out 

74430 YOUTHFUL WB 109 4 2 3"k 6*J 5® 4> J W M'hyM L Buchanan 2i 2* 24 4-6 out 

71412 REAHRY w 109 5 4 2® 2'i 4* 5“k Nicol Caledonian StableO 12 12 4 2 

74624 GLENROLLER wb 104 8 7 6-i 6* 6* 6* Q’rington W Jennings 40 100 100 40 20 

70195 BAY'ARDO WB 104 2 6 8 8 8 7® T Rice W L Zahn :i0 HO (W 20 8 

BLACK ROD .w 104 7 8 7‘J 7‘ 7* 8 Bhimen’l A Brown 60 200 200 60 30 

% Time. 2.‘5i. 48». 1:14*. 

Winner — Cli. c. by I’irute of Penzance — Peaviiie (traiiu*d by N. Ra.v). 

Went to lM>st at ;>: 2 .s. At iK>st 6 minutes. Start goial. Won easily; sei-ond and I liird' driving. Brag- 
gad(H-io tx‘g:m slowl.v and was forced to work his way up on the- outside, but elos«*d a big gap and, eatel*- 
iiig Gold Heart tiring, wore liini down in the stretch and won going away. Gold Heart dashi^d to the 
front at Hie start and set a fast pace, but tired in the last quarter, ('niche d’Or ran well up all the way 
and was closing iqi on Gold Heart at tlic end. Revery ran well to the stietch and quit in the final drive. 

Si-ratchcd— 7.518.5 Tamme. 10»: 71487 Green Dale. 107. 



WB 104 8 7 



wb 104 2 1 
WB 126 7 5 
w 119 I 4 
WB li:! 5 6 
WB 112 9 S 
wi: 115 3 3 
w 122 0 2 
W 122 1 7 
w HO 10 9 
WB 95 8 10 



IJ l>i 1‘ H W Iloyle W T Ryan 8 S 6 2 6-5 

4® 3‘ 2i 2® R McDan’lB’Ieighi’arkS’blo 16-544 1S-5S-5 4-5 

f,i* 54 5® :!•> Slirevc .1 15 Haggin 5 7 7 24 8-5 

;>ii 4® 4*4 44 Musgr’ve Oneck Stable 3 4 4 8-5 4-5 

71* 74 74 5® W Miller JA*wisohn 20 :t0 :W 12 6 

68 6‘ 6* 6'i E Dugan A .1 Joyner .8 8 5 2 1 

2'J. ::>i 7* Garner AV B Jennings 10 25 20 8 4 

9>» 84 8® 8»® .1 laie F A Forsythe 10 15 10 4 2J 

S® 9‘® 9* 9* Notter AV Ijakcland 15 15 10 4 2 

10 10 10 10 Y'orke AV' O Daly 100 KlO 50 20 10 



71.562 .IITI.IA I91WEL w *22 6 2 2'4 :’,l> 7‘ Garner AV B Jennings 10 25 20 8 4 

7:®)30®r>OR.\NTE W 122 1 7 9'® 81 8® 8‘® .1 Ian; F A Forsythe 10 15 10 4 2J 

75100 iJUESTIO.N M.\UK w 110 10 9 S® 9‘® 9* 9* Notter AV Ijakcland 15 15 10 4 2 

71845 HARTFORD BUY wb 95 8 10 10 10 10 10 Y'orke AV' O Daly 100 KlO 50 20 10 

Time, lljt. 2'2i!. .34g. 48. 1:004, l:0!tg. 

Winner -Cli. c, l>y Pontiac — Nil l>c8|,cran(lum (trainen by F. ('. iS-isldc). 

Went ti> |M,st at'4:21. At iK>st 1 minute. .Start good. AA'on driving; second and third Hie same. 
Rosimiro raced to his best form and, setting a fast pa<-e tlirougliont, just lasl<‘d long enough to wltli- 
sland the game rush of King Colialt after having ra<-ed Julia Powcl into ilefeal. King Cotialt. outnni 
I arly. was forced to go to Hie outside and finished witli ran' gameuess tlirougli a long drive. Bouquet 
was' in elose quarters tliroughout and. after a hard drive, oiitfinislied Cohort. The latter showed speed. 
1,111 tired liadly when Hie final struggle came. Rialto was eat off next' to the rail wlien going to Hie 
first turn and liad no elianee afterward. Julia Powel sliowed spe-ed, but raced as though short and 
sliould do presently. (Jnestion Mark liad no clianee at tlie start. 

Scratched -75K>4®Arasee, 112: 7.5104 Select, 9.5. 

tlvi'rwei gilts — RiK^lnilro. 4 iMmnds. 



rr fT O SIXTH R.VCE -5-8 Mile. ('2s5ol — .59!— 2— 1K». > $1.<HM1 added. 2-yeHr-olds. .Alaidens. 

f O -L i O Fillies a nd (Jeldiiigs. Si^cial JWcigii^. Net valu e to winner $8<iO. 



LATONIA FORM CHART. 

(LATONIA.) 



THPRSDAY, JUNE 4, 1908. WEAXHEH CLEAR. TRACK GOOD. 



Third day. Lutouia Jockey Club. Spring Meeting of 41 days. 



Presiding .J udge. C. F. Price. Starter, J J. Holtroan. Secretary. John B. Dillon. 

Racing starts at 2:30 p. m. indicates whip. S spurs. B blinkers. Figures In parcntlieses following 
the distance of each race indicate Index number, track record, age of horse and weight carried. 



liid Horses .^V'tPI 

7.51024H'CTDK.NTAL W Kit 14 

75118 A'ANKEK DAUGHTER w Kit Kt 

7.'®t.52 St:NI).\XCE w Kit 13 3 14 1= 3'4 38 E Dugan It 1* Whitney 24 5 5 2 1 

71619 LII.A’l’.M* w KH 1 1 2'4 2® K> 4® Musgr’ve NewcastleStable 3 3 11-51 1-2 

FM l.Tl.ESS 5VB KI9 11 8 8?.’ S'4 8® 5* U McDan’l.T h McGinnis 20 30 ::o 10 6 

7l'.<15 I'NCT.E AV .ALTER w K1> 7 5 4h .5ii .',h 6= Delaliy .V I. Aste 10 15 8 3 S-5 

71930 QI EKN ELE.VXOR w 109 8 7 T** Ti 74 74 Brussel W F Schulto 6 8 8 3 S-5 

Bl.AGK T.VIL WB 109 9 13 11 10' 10* 8® Herbert E U Bradley 100 loO .'D 20 10 

MARLAN.A W K'.‘ 3 9 9l> 94 94 94 Garner P .T Dwyer 20 ;:0 :8> 10 5 

75llk5 AHO.M.-V W' KH 4 2 6'> 6* B* Kl*4 AV Miller C Hildreth 20 20 15 6 3 

V.'stG BETTY A’INCENT w 110 12 10 10b n n‘ 11 liaynor ]., O Appleby S 10 10 4 2 

II VHLEM .M.VID w Kit 5 12 12 12 12 12 J la-e T L AA’att 20 50 40 12 6 

749M AlONOBoGUE w K1i 2 11 13 13 13 13 D Mc('’thyH B Duryea 12 20 20 8 4 

'MERtSE w 109 6 14 14 14 14 14 T Koerner J F Smith 5<1 60 60 20 12 

Time, 12. 2:!*. :t0. 4s!. l;tilii. 

Winner- ('ll. f. I,v MiHitaiia — Lisaniie (trained li.v .T. llcale.v). 

AVent to |M)st at' 4:.5;:. ,\t iK.,st 1 minute. Start i>o<>r. Won driving; second and third Hie same. 

( ii t idenlal. never f:ir from tlio front, was liiek.v in tiiiding an oia-ning next to tlio inner rail in the stretch 
ami Just lasted long enoitgli after a long drive. Yankee Dangliter ran an impressive race and. coming with 
a rush in (lie final furlong, would liavc won in aiiotlicr strido. .stmidaiicc slioweil a tine liiirst of early 
s|H‘od. but tireil in tlie stretcli and was liniiiiiing Lilypad all tlirougli Hie last sixteenth. Lilypaii went 
wide ill tlie stnOeli wlieii she had a giMxl winning elianee. 

Scratelied - -Fredonia, 1(11; Dress G<sh1s, K11. 

( tverweiglils - Betty Vincent. 1 i>oniid. 



.AAVtPP St 44 li Str Fin Jocke ys Oi 



Owners 

M Murjihy 



34 3® 2b 1" Slircvc M Murjihy 

5*. 4'4 4® 2*4 Notter <’ R Ellison 

14 1= 3*4 3b* E Dugan It 1* Whitney 

2'4 2® lb” 4® Musgr’ve NewcastleStable 

84* S'4 8® 5* U McDan’l.T h McGinnis 



o_n_(^p 

“k» 10 7 24 

15 20 15 6 



4h .5b ,5h 6® Delaliy -V I., Aste 

<b 74 74 74 Brussel AV F Schulte 

11 10* 10* 8® Herbert E U Bradley 

9b 94 94 94 Garner P .T Dwyer 

6b 6* B4 10*4 AV Miller .“s C Hildreth 

10b 11 n 11 liavnor ]., O Appleby 

12 12 12 12 J la-e T L AA'att 

13 13 13 13 T> McC’thytl B Duryea 

14 14 14 14 T Koerner J F Smith 



3 3 11-51 1-2 

•JO 30 ::o 10 6 

10 15 8 3 S-5 

6 8 8 3 S-5 

100 KD ,'1) 20 10 

20 .‘!0 ;b> 10 5 

20 20 15 6 3 

S 10 10 4 2 

20 50 40 12 6 

12 20 20 8 4 

50 60 60 20 12 



111(1 third Hie same. 



75174 



Ind Horses 

7.5058 GARTERS 
750S1 E. T. SHIPP 
7505S®BIT'rEK .SIR 
75081 M A RMORE .\N 
74883 LIGN.ANDO 
74869 LADA' A’ IE 
71965 BONERR.AKE 
750.58 H.\r.l..V 
750:!4®DE.MO 
744:16 HK4H HINDER 
74941 KING’S SON 
716S2 GE.NEVA S. 
(7450S)CONDICO 



FIRST RACE— 3-4 Mile. (50620— 1;12J- 
Si'lling. Net value to winner $.’{00. 



-3 — 100.) Purse $400. U-year-olds and 



A Wt PP St Ai Aa % Str Fin 



1064 3 4 

93 9 2 

94 3 6 

104 10 1 

94 6 9 
100 8 8 
110 7 13 

95 11 3 

105 1 10 
94 12 12 

104413 11 
944 2 7 
100 4 5 



2b 34 4bk lb 
a* 6® 3b Z'l 
4* 4® 24 3" 
3* 1* 14 4*> 
12® 84 7* 5* 
7*4 7® 5* 6® 
9b 10* 8* 74 
lOh 11® 101 S* 
8® 94 II* 9* 
13 12* 12* 10b 
11® 13 13 11*> 
6* 54 9= 12® 
1* 2* 64 13 



Troxler 
Edmiston 
M McGee 
Heidel 
J Butler 
E Martin 
Fogarty 
J Connelly 
Screach 
Franklin 
T Taylor 
T Steele 
Pickens 



Mu.T'k’tsSoId. 
Owners gtr. PI. Sh. 


Auct’ n 
Sales. 


I B Fitzgerald 46 


38 


62 


$16 


AV H Fizer 


102 


32 


91 




J C Cahn 


41 


29 


79 


13 


AV .A Smith 


ri) 


67 


115 


11 


P Dunne 


-5 


14 


42 


6 


t} B Ott 


t34 


31 


74 




AV Steuve 


29 


20 


69 


.5 


■ I. A Celia 


8 


7 


10 


•3 


1’ J Millett 


t 


t 


t 


• 


T W Moore 


t 


t 


t 


* 


G A\' J Bissell t 


t 


t 


5 


R Schrelber 


6 


4 




* 


J C Milam 


22 


16 


63 


6 




354 


278 


597 


$96 


■; E. T. Shipp, 


, $13.35 


place. 


$11.10 



'iAIutiiel field. *Anction field. Time. 24)1, 40L 1:16. 

AVMnner — B. g, by Golden Garter — Miss Prim ttraineci by E. L. Fitzgerald). 

Went to post at 2:.’t7. At |>ost 1 minute. Start liad. Won driving: second and third the same, 
(•arters, alwa.vs well up and saving much ground, finislied gaiiiel.v and lasted just long enough. E. T. 
•Shipp, miicli tile liest, was taken back early and turned extremely wide Into the stretch, then finished 
ganicl.v under weak riding and would Iiave won in a few strides. Bitter Sir tan a g<sKl race and was 
l>ri,uiiiieiit all tlie way. Marmorcau sprinted into the lead after wearing t’ondico down, but tired fast in 
tile streteli run. Ligiiando closed a hig gap from a slow liegluning. Condico showed early speed, but quit 
in the last quarter. The winner was entered for $.500; no bid. 

Scratched — 74S.8.’i Raliiert, 107. 

Overweiglits — Garters, 14 pc-unds; Bitter Sir, 1; Marmorean, 1; Bulla. 3: King’s .Sou, 31- Geneva S 
24; Condico, 2. ” 



TORONTO FORM CHART. 

_ (WOODBINE PARK .) 

TH URSDAY. JUNE 4, 1908. W EATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 

F.h'vi-r.tli day. Ontario Jia-kcy (’lull. Spring AI«a‘tiiig of i:: da.vs. (4(i books on.) 

I’rcsiding Judge, J. J. Burke. Slartcr, A. B. Dade. Secretary. AV. P. Fraser. 



Uaciiig starts at 2:.30 p. m. (Chicago tyne 1;.>0 p. m.). AA’ indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. Fig- 
nri'S ill parentheses following tlio distance of each race indicate index nun)la?r, track record, age of horse 
and weight carrietl. 



75175 



SI'X'OND 

ward. 



RACE— 1 1-8 Miles. (4tJ9»5— 1 :514— 3- 
Selling. Net value to winner $400. 



-98.) Purse $500. 3-ycar-olds 



75180 



l-TKST RACE- -3-4 Mile. ((:2.54C, — 1 ;111— 4—114. ) $500 added. 3-year-olds. 
Allowances. Net value to winner $4.50. 



71972® PLEASE 


\v 


l'J2 


3 


3 


I'i 


Hi I'i 1* J Bergen 


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W May 


S-5 


2 


9-5 1-2 out 


749!k5:HARCOURT 


AVS 


'J 


'2 


2 


3nk 


3»k 3i 2i C H Shir 


kR 


L Thomas 


9-101 


4-5 1-3 out 


74:115 BILLIE HIBBS 


AVB 




8 


1 


2- 


2=i 2' 3'.*. J AA' M’hyD 


Dunloi> 


10 


12 


12 3 6-5 


V4:{83 HIACKO 


AVB 


107 


5 


5 


511 


4* 4® i-i F’brother 


R 


•S Davidson 


15 


25 


25 7 2i 


7:,i:t4 LEXINGTON I.ADY 


AA'K 


107 


7 


7 


74 


7* 5® 5® J Foley 


.\I 


Nicoll 




20 


20 7 S-5 


74996 FERRYLANDING 


\A 


K.I9 


4 


4 


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5* 6 t) Xicol 


T 


Monahan 


15 


30 


30 10 :: 


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30 




TD 15 6 


75063 .AIAGKNT.A 


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Owners Pi. Sh. Sales. | 


(75062) HUGHE7S 


AVB 4 109 


5 


2 


1*1 


1*4 1® 


HJ 1* 


1* 


AA'arren 


A L Kirby 25 


22 


63 


$ 5 


(75014)HO.S. HYPHEN 


AVB 3 I'G 


11 


7 


Oh 


2^ 


2*) 


2® 24 


03 


E Martin 


AV E Oots 299 


188 


199 




1 75129 DR L. H’FFM.AN av 4 110 


7 


4 


44 


4b 


3* 


3*4 3® 


X*. 


E Robins’nG H Marl man 22 


21 


59 


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1 75125 ALBERT ST.AR 


AVB 3 95 


2 


1 


5b 


7nk 


7i 


8*9* 54 


4®. 


J Connelly M Ording 47 


44 


98 


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1 75125 .STONE STREET 


AVB 3 107 


K) 


9 


3* 


3.1, 


6b 


41 4® 


5* 


V Powers 


C E Hamilton 59 


41 


75 


7 


1 74999 AV'ATER ('OOLER w 3 94 


6 


5 


9* 


9* 


9.i 


9* 7“b 


6® 


Franklin 


G- R Bryson 29 


26 


70 


6 


74985 ED K.VNE 


ws 3 89 


1 


3 


11 


11 


11 


11 9* 


7* 


Eilniiston 


AV H Fizer 27 


14 


31 


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7'0S6 .klAINES.AAA' 


w 3 89 


9 


10 


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6® 


•5b 


7b 8® 


H2 


Ellenor 


B Schreiber 21 


24 


13 


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74901 N.AZIMOA'.A 


ws 3 87 


4 


6 


6*9* 8*; 


8* 


54 m 


9*i Hufnagel 


H J Harris T5 


3 


11 




7.5034 BARRirTTE 


AV 3 92 


3 


11 lO® 


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6b 19® 10= 


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27 


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Time, 2:’.*. 48, 1:13|!. 

Winner — B. f, I,v His Highness — Cliarni, by Cheviot (trained liy .1. AV. Al.iy). 

Went to post at 2:::2. .\t post :! miiintcs. Start giHsl. W<,n driving: s*>coiid and tliird tlic same. 

I ''ease oiitlirokc lier opiMHicnts ami drew away into a elear lead in the first furlong, set ii ver.v fast pace 

all tlie way, but had to stand a hard streteli drive to stall off Harcourt. The latter ran a gisal rnee and 

Mas gaining on the hauler at the cud. Itillie Hiiiiis followed *lie winner closel.v to tlie streteli. but tirtal 
under piini.shnicut in the last furlong. Gnarda fell after entering tlie houiestretcli and Magenta fell over 
her. 

Seralchod — T.Alcc, Goes Fast, ](»7: 74972 Night Mist. 107. 



3.59 410 6S5 $64 

Miitiiels paid, Hnglies. $106.20 straiglit. $25..'‘.5 place, $1.3.95 sliow; Hostile Hyphen, $7.:55 place. $7.95 
show; Dr. Lee Huffman. $14.55 show. 

T.Mmuel field. ♦Auction field. Time. 25. 495. 1;15», 1:424. 1:.54J. 

Winner — B. g. by Ingoldsh.v — Affra.v (trained b.v -\. I.. Kirby). 

Went to iKist at :J:08. .\t iK>st 2 minutes. Start good. AA’on liandily: second and third driving. 

Hughes, away fiist and favored li.v the soft track, sprinted into tlie lead soon after, the start and won all 
the wa.v. Hostile Hyiihen followed close up and failed to resfamd well when called on, Init was liest of 
tlie others. Dr. Lee Huffniun tan a good race and was gaining at the end. Stone Street dropped far hack 
after going a half, tint came again In the stretch. .VIlK*rt Star la-gaii slowly and liad to overcome interfer- 
ence and finished gamely wlieu lie secured a clear course. Washakie quit liailly after going a half. Eid 
Kane made iqi ground, but can do much better. The winner was entered for $406; no bid. 

Scratched — 7.51 2.5® I tucket Brigade. 92: 750S6 Aunt Rose. !)4: 75154 .Toe t5>yle. 109. 



rr P' -| Q 1 SECOND R.U’E--5- 
§ A CJ -A. Net value to w 



I nd Horst's 

7.',o67*SlGHT 
T5 (h; 7®.VR.VLI.V 
’I.5131 Fl.AT CREEK 
( T.'IHiT K’H I PM UN K 
7r,i;!l .MI.8S LAKMIENE 
T.'Hto'CHING HARE 
'..'s'67®.\rTr.M.\ M.UD 
75(116 COId’MHUS 
7.5067 NUTMEG 
7.'1i88 SWEET AVLSH 
75i::i .81 -eight 
75010 ('AStUADE 



.U’E--5-8 Mile. (C.2702— 1 ;00— 2— !«*. ) 

ue to winnerjMSit 

.VAA'tPP.St *i 1,4 % Str Fin Jockeys 



!1*. ) $.5(NI added. 2-year-olds. Selling. 



75176 



THIRD RACE— 4 1-2 
Maidens. Fillies. 



(75128—54—2—110.) 



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w loJ 12 7 
w KHI 13 Ki 
WB lid Id 4 
WB 95 14 :i 
W 98 6 :! 

\Mi 107 11 14 
w Kc: 15 5 
w '55 3 2 
wii 95 1 11 

wii Kid I 1 
w K)d 7 S 



Owners 

I! & O Stable 



3‘i 3i 2® 1® T Rice I! & O Stable 

5* OJ 51 2>* F’brotlier W H Mosliy 

8't 6*1 6® :!i .1 AV MTiyS S Rlioadtis 
jii* "b* ;t( 4 I G 11 .shil’gR I. Thomas 
24 I'i U 5‘ AVhitncy M .Nicol 1 
Idi) Id®* 9'i 6b Phair A M Orpon 

14 12* Hi* 74 Engl’,lcr E Shearer 



A M Orpon 
E Shearer 
d 1* .M Civill 
.1 McLaughlin 
n .1 H Doanc 
• AA' G K-Dodiis 
:g A'allcyFarmS’hl 
1 .A Brown 
(' Bowman 



'..'""•,7®.ArTr.AI.\ M.AID AM! K>7 11 14 14 12* Hi 74 Engl’, lor E Shoaror 6 6 5 2 1 

75d|6 COLUMBUS w KCl 15 5 4® 4® 4® 84 J Howard 1’ M Civill 2t( 40 40 15 S 

75(";7 NUTMEG AV '55 3 2 6b 84 12*‘ ;tb .len.son .1 MoLaughlin 30 40 4o 15 8 

7.'4I88 SAA’EET AA’LSH Avr. 95 1 11 9* 9^ 8i 10* .1 Borgon .1 It Doano KKJ KK) :!(• 12 6 

7’,i::i ,81-EIGHT AVI! Kid II 7* 7* 7® H'i J Bakor AA' G K-Dodds 4d 5d 50 20 10 

75old UASC.ADE w IdO 7 S H® 11' Id' 12® .Tas Hogg A'alloyFarmS’hle 20 4o 4d 15 8 

PEACOCK'S CHOICE av 110 9 ]3 13'4]3® 13= 13'i Blunion’I .A Br«nvn IdO 2<K) 2d(> 7d 30 

75otd king FERDINAND AV 110 2 12 12® II 14 14 Nicol U Bowman 8 Id 8 3 8-5 

74*188 A1 A lUlELL.V WlOJ 5 J^-ft at the pu.st. .1 Conlin T Clyde o') 40 40 12 6 

•Disipialitied for foul. Time. 24. 49. 1:025. 

AA'iiiner -Cli. f, hy Haiidsoiiio — La I’rfsilo (trained liy AA'. Bcomuin). 

AA'oni (o iM,st at :!;04. .At p<,s( li ininitles. .Start p,s>r. AA'on oasiiy; ~i“ooud ami tliird driA'iiig. Siglit 
Ki'oko from tlio olitsiilo and AAorkod liis AA’ay to t!io front on the far liini, liiit out across to the inside «Hi 
the tiini into tile liomostiotoli. AAlioro la* sharply out off Cliipinimk and .Aralia ami was dis<|inilitiod. The 
laltiT tiiiislio<l giiiiu-ly iiiidor tlio wliip iiiiil ontstii.ve<l Flat Crook in llio final drive. I'lat Crook, on tlio oiit- 
• iilo all tlio AA'ay, ooA-orod more ground tlian any of tli<r;o tliat liiiishod in front of him. (’Iiiinmink ran a 
gi«iii raoo. Miss Iiiiogoiio sliowod tlio most early sp*-o'i, hut (|iiit in tlio last furlong. Cliiiig Haro and 

Aiitmiiii Alaid olos,>d iniiii„ns:> gaps. The Aviiiiicr Avas entered for $600; no bill. 

Si-ratclo d 7.5i::i Loililoii. loo. 

rr pr 1 Q4) third race— l l-4 Miles. t62(’.4.5 — 2:05- 4—117.) Stanley Produce Stakes. $1,500 

■ X C!j :idd<‘d. .'! vora-olds. .Allowitiiccs. Not vjiliio_to_Aviiiiior_$:^>2.5^ 

liid ilor.sos AA’tPPStSt Ai M % Str F in Jockeys ^ ® 

(T499:!iSEISMT( ' av”i2.5~3~:; .', 5 2b 1* li H (’ H Shil’gJ E .Seagram *1-2 ;!-5 .",-5 out — 

7.5i"i5®Sll]M<)NE.SE AV 105 2 2 4b 4b 3'4 2i 2® 2=4 T Rice A'alloyFarmS’ble 4 4 4 4-5 out 

175065 ICANN IE M.AID AV 114 4 5 3* 3* 4'4 4" 3'4 3'« Nicol J Dymoiit 4 4 4 4-3 out 

75132®T.ABLE B.A.Y AV 105 1 1 li li li 3'4 4'“ 4® J W M’hy AA'oodstiK-k.S’hle ’Jd 4o 4d Id 4 

74;iC'T *( iC. OF AVAR AV lid a 4 2^ 2^4 5* 5 * 5 5 F’hmther J E .Seagram *1-2 3-5 :5-5 out — 

'Uouplod in liettlng: no separate place or sliow betting. 

Time. 2.5. .50. 1:1S. 1 ;45. 2:10. 

AA'iiiiicr — B. c, li.v Hav(a---Sonilo.v (trained |,y B. 'I'. Lit t loticld i . 

\A out to posi at 3::!7. .At iMisf 2 niiiintos. Start giMsl. AA'on oasiiy; sondid and Hiird driving. Seismic 
i;.d iiddor roslraiiu all tlio way, moved up into (lie load on lti<* far turn and Avas onl.v oanloriiig :it tlio end. 
Sliiiiionoso. iiioss<-iI alHtiit for tlio entire trip, mot aaBIi ro|,o:i(od iiitorforom-o ami made a game clialleiige 
id ll!o strotoh. hilt ooiild m-vor get up. Uiiiiiiio .Alaid could not slay at tlio pace and tired in tin- last quarter. 
'I able Ba.v A\iis s|ioody and s<-t the oarl.v pace. Iiiil tired liadl.v. 



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Owners ytr. Pi. Sh. 


Auct’n 

Sales. 




4 


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7-5 


7-10 


75937 


.8!.\INW.\RD 


WB 103 


3 


1 


1‘] 


H 1* 


F Burton 


B Schreiber 


♦w 


34 




$ 6 


2<> 


2<) 


20 


8 


4 


7:m>S5 


AIALIX’ON 


W 104; 


il4 


3 


-'i 


2t 03 


T Taylor 


AA' E Walsh 


196 


59 


KD 


20 


4 


5 


4 


2 


1 


74462 


ABBY ( ’. 


w 103 


4 


5 




3'?. ii® 


J Connelly S K Hughes 


46 


2f» 


36 


6 


49 


KK) 100 40 


15 


75128 


QUEEN’.'8 MES.SAGE 


AV K'5 


13 


7 




4J 4® 


A' I’OAvers 


J F Offutt 


124 


77 


120 


•6 


10 


15 


15 


iy 


3 


7.'1)10 


BOADICE.V 


AA- 103 


12 


9 


6b 


6'ik 5i 


.T But Icr 


(4 W J Bissell t32 


19 


64 


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6 


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2 


1 




CORIJOV.V 


AV 105 




10 


191 


11* 6i 


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G J I»ng 


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40 


40 


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7.'D8J 


POINT I.ACE 


AV 1(J3 


KI 11 




1^2 7I1 


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.1 B Re.spess 


64 


47 


98 


25 


39 


49 




15 


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74961 


WHEAT BRE.VD 


AV K13 


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4 


7h 


71 Snk 


SkirA'in 


H McCarren Jr 


22 


2<> 


38 


7 


KKJ 


KK) 


50 


12 






N.\ TOUCHE 


W 193 


11 


12 


SI 




Heidel 


G H Holle 


7 




4 


4 


49 


r»«) 


50 


20 


10 




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AVB l9o 


1 


2 


12* 


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.1 Rodegap 


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49 


15 


8 




LADY CL.VR.V 


AV 193 


7 


8 


11* 


K'i H'J 


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D T Morris 


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21K> 70 


30 




MAHAT.A 


AA- 193 


5 


6 


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5® 12® 


Piekens 


J C Milam 


15 


7 


10 


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19 


8 


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AA- 103 


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M Doyle 


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liid Hor.sos 
( 74 9TtTs E I S M T( ' 
7.5i"i',®.Sin.M«)NE.SE 
175065 ICANN IE MAID 
75132®'r.ABLE B.VY 
74'.1C®D(lC, OF AVAR 
’Uouplod in liettlng; 



488 289 .'1«> $79 

Mutiicls paid. Saiinvard, $:!6.75 straight, $19.00 lilacc, $10.25 shoAv; M!i1cc(.hi. $14..">0 idace, $19.06 
sIiOAA': .AIiIia' U.. $1S.!K> stiow. 

vMiitiu-i field. •.Am-tioii liolii. Tiim-. 24J. 495. .5.51. 

AATiiiior — Br. f. l,y Sain — Bello AA'ard (traiiioil l>y D. iloiiry). 

AA’ont to !«>st at 3:49. .At isr^t niiniitcs. Start giSMl. AA’on driving: SMsiiid and tliird tlie same. 
.SaiiiAvard. away fast and fiiA'ored l>y tlio soft track, wont into tlio loail from tin- start and. standing the 
filial drive gamely, aaoh Avilli sia-ed in res«»rve. MalooiHi was a foiAvard oiHitemh-r tlircdighoiit and liad mi 
misliaps. .Alihy U. ran a giKal race and saved niuoli groiiml ail the way. (Jneon’s Jlessage. liard ridden, 
but going wide, stayed well in tin* olia^lng ilriAe. Boadioea closed a l>ig ga|> from a slow la-giiiiitiig. Uor- 
dovri made ii|) grouml and will sIioaa' iiiiproA-oment. I’oint Lace Avas forced wide most of the way. The 
otliors ran green. 

Gvoi-AAeiglits — Miiloooii. 1' iMiunds; Queen’s Mi-ssage. 2: UordoAa. 2: Doiiio!! Aloi. ru. 



75177 



FOUltTH R ACE— 1 Mile. (6’2677— 1::{95— 4— 190.) Purse $799. 3-year-olds and un- 

Avard. Handicap. Net value to Avliiiier $5.59. 



750H = KER<'HEVAI„ 
(75011)THE M1.NK.S 
(7469<»|MORTIBOY 
749SS ZAL 



AVSB a 114 2 4 4 4 4 2: 

AV 5 116 4 1 3‘ 3® C« 1 

AV 4 106 1 2 2® 2= 2>b 3 

WB 4 106 3 3 1* l*i lb 4 



lAAA’tPPSt li % ?4 Str Fin Jockeys OtA-ners ^^Str- *Plf^h!*" ^^*les2 

5*114 2 4 4 4 4 2J IJ AA'arrcn R~C~I5ri«m 304“2>d4~ 58 $63 

C« li 2® Picken.«i D N Prewitt 4:’, 8 197 69 loo 

2h 31 ;{<! V I’oAAcrs MrsAIG’dblatt 50 .T9 24 l(i 

lb 4 4 Heidel W Gerst 168 KG 42 35 



4 2i li AA’arrcn 
3* li 2® Picken.s 



75183 ' 



l•;d Ilor.-cs 

7:,i:!,* GOLD Note 
7V's7UAPER SAUCE 
•.'51d6®MR. I-KABOHY 
7',i;!<i Ai'I'l'MN KING 
T5i;j.5 LAI.I.Y 
T:tolo KEUAR 

7.V168 Mild .S'l'i IN E 
7:1168 M AI/BAltl) 

74455 EURIl’IDE.s’ 

7.5i:ii BITTER IIA.NK 
7.-1120 ( 'RESTK A 1 d >EN 
71917 DASH AAV.AY 
71 184 POTENT 



FOUUTIl R.AUE — 1 Mile. (C’JiiM-- 1 :39 — 4 — 194.) $.599 added. 4-year-olds ami iip- 

Avjird. Soiling. Ni t valiio to winner $470. 



.VAA'tPl’St >4 1-5 Sir Kill .Im koys owners ^11 11 (’, i> 



AVI! 4 105 6 
w 6 106 I 
AA 4 K*7 13 



S'i S' S' 
;;iik ;;b 



«; II Siiirgiligh Park Stal,Io3 



7® 2' .1 Borgon C (.’row 
2nii 3»k .1 Howard .1 I’hillips 



AV 4 102 Ki 6 5' 5' I'i 3'i 4' Kngl’dor P Holland 



40 n» 7,0 2d id 



AV(! 1 HO 4 11 Hh H* 7'i (il 5'i Nicol 

W 5 116 .5 id l<ih 9i 6“b ink 6® llart.A' 

AV 4 107 7 9 9® Id* 91 8J 7‘ Truomar 

AAS 4 102 8 12 13 13 IF® Id* S* .1 AV M 
avh 5HI 3 I lb 2’b 2=4 5* li.t F’brotlio 

AV.SI! 5 106 2 5 4'i I'i 5b '(A Id"* .1 Foloy 

AV 9 lot 12 7 (>i* 7'*i:: 12' H* Malin 

AVB 4 Idl 9 13 IJb 12'il2nkU* 12® 11 AloX 

AA 4 1U2 11 4 7* 6' KI* 13 13 Knight 



T Monahan 8 .8 6 2i 6-5 

.A AA'olior 6 Id Id 4 2 

Mrs R I Miller Idd lo() CD 20 K) 



959 543 184 |2i0 

Mntiiols paid. Ki-rolioval. $14.80 straiglit, $6.4o place, $5.90 sIioav; The Minks, $ti.45 place, $.5.9<) sIioav; 
•Alortilioy, $7.25 sIioav. 

Time. 242. 495. 1:1.55. 1 :42«. 

AAJiiiior — Hr. li, l,y Tlie Uommoner or Titlioiius — Tom Bo.v (trained li.v U. E. Patierson). 

AA'ont to post, iit 4:10. .At iMist 2 minutes. Start giHsl. Won driving; st-i-oud ami tliird tlie same. 
lAorcIieviil. awa.v in a tangle and stiinililing liadly. aa'iis outpaced f'T tlio first lialf. hot mov<“d up stea,lil.v 
and. .'-.■lying imicli ground Avlieii turning into tlie stretch, avoi-c Tlic Alinks doivn in Hie last furlong, hut 
Avas tiring near the end and iiad to )lo his tiest in tlie closing strides. The Minks, after going a liaU. 
AAoro Zal and Mid-tilsiy doAvn. lint came Avide into ttie stretch and lost miioli ground, tlieii oamo H$afii 
giimoly near tlio end. \lortilM>y forced a fast pace for a Iialf and lield Zal safe after going three-iinarters. 
Ztil slioAvod ttie iiiikst early speed, lint seems lo la- out of fiM'iii at idosonf. 



.1 AA’ M’liy.l Burttsolioll 
F’linitlior R S Diividson 

.1 Foley A Beatty 

Malin .A H Brener 

H .Alex B O .Stable 

Knight J AA'aud 



6 19 8 2J 6- 

19 15 15 6 3 

•JO :>d ;:o k» -5 

15 ;i() ::o 15 s 

Id 2d 2d S 4 

40 6d 6<> 25 12 



75178 



EH- ril R ACE— 5-8 Mile. 1.5(k567— l:9o;— 2— 119.) Purse $ri»9. 2-yoar-olds. 
.Allowances. Net value lo Aviiim-r $409. 



Time. 21. 49. 1.16. 1:425. 



Peaho.lv ran a g!ial race and Avas driving hard all of Hie last furlong. Autumn King ran avpII. llalbard 
was interfiled Avitli at the start. Laliy Hosed a Mg gap. Debar sliowi'd speed. 'Euritddes ran AvelBto the 
Kiretcli and quit. The winner Avas entered for $000; no hid. 

Si'ratclmd— (iflSSl A1 PoavoH. 115. 





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Jockeys 


Mu.T’k’tsSbId. 




Vj 


Mr Fin 


Owners 


PI. 


.Sh. 


Sales. 


1* 


1* 


1* 


11 


V I’oAvers 


E Corrigan 3’!7 


197 


188 


$25 






I'i 


24 


E Martin 


M Young 9'J 


101 


134 


15 


5® 


5‘ 




3nk 


Franklin 


T('McDoaa-oI1 45 


51 


101 


8 


4i 


4-i 


4h 


4', 


T Taylor 


AV A Hughes SI 


K7 


116 


8 


2b 


Ji 


3.®, 


5® 


J Butler 


AV Gerst 79 


62 


92 


7 


61 


6® 


6® 


6* 


Fogarty 


J F Gaff ney 4 


4 


2 


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8 


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7® 


7- 


J Connelly G W J Bissell 5 


3 


8 


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8 


8 


8 


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Peyton&.-Vken 3 


3 


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646 


478 


645 


$66 



75184 ™ 



:'TH RACE— 3-4 Mile. (62.54C>— 1 :lli. — 4—114 
ward. Handicap. Net value to av inner $. 505. 
AAVtPPSt »4 5^ % Str Fill Jockey^ 



114.) $609 added. 3-year-oIds and up- 



Ind Horses AAA’tPPSt »4 ®®! % Str Fin Jockeys (Iwners O II_C 

(751(m;)DENHAM w 4*115 2 1 1* 1® 1® ij T Rice A'alleyFarmS’ble 7-6 11-32 4-5 out 

7.'iH'1i®PUR.SL.\NE AV 4 108 -5 3 3*» 3*J 2= 2" C H Shil’gJ E Seagram 2 2| 8-0 1-2 out 

T.515T®OXFORD wn 6 114 4 2 2'5 2* 3>i 3* Nicol J McI.D.UKhlin 6 10 10 24 1 

iT'iHJHlf.AND.MArU Avs 3 92 3 4 4b 4® 4*» 4*® J AA' M’hyQueenCityStable 2 24 25 4-5 out 

V.'I'.Mi I'HARIA’ARI Avs 4 87 1 5 5 5 5 5 Q’rington -V I„aurie 100 100 100.30 8 

Time. 2-”,*. 4.8. 1:135. 

AA imier — (Jli. g, liy DcfAAentAvaler — C*>f 1‘dinade (trained b.v .T. Nixon). , 

AVcnl to post at 4:.’{9. At T>ost 1 minute. Sturt go<id. Won driving: seioiid and tliird the same. 
Iii'iiliani dashed lo Hie fifwit at once and. si'tting a ver.A' fast iiace. drew away into a conimaiidiiig lead on 
til.' far Him, hut tired In Hi.' str« tcii and Avas driving to lh<* limit at the end. I’ltrslnne liegan sIoAvly, but 
i,iovi’.l up fast on Hie far turn and flnlsLeil fast and garnel.v. hut tiring. Oxford came again at the end 
and was going fastest of all at Hie finisli. The others were ahvays outpu<ed. 

S.-rat<'hed— (75167)Enicott. 122: 69K.81 A1 Powell, 190. 



(T51JS).A.N.NE M’GEE w 105 2 1 

7.5(g;: sempro.ni avb loo l 3 

7.'1>S2® ROM!* AA- 100 8 6 

7.'D12®MRS. SEWALL w Kk5 5 4 

7512'6 TE.N.NESSEE BOY AV 100 3 2 

7.'1I37 MAO ItOSE w 100 4 5 

74882 L.VDY HAAVTHOR.NB AV 97 6 8 

74S82 CAA'ARONE W 100 7 7 



Mntuels paid. Anne Mc<4ee, $9.10 straight. $<>.95 place. $6.65 show: Semproni. $8.85 place, $7.35 show; 
Romp, $8.10 slioAv. 

♦.Auction field. Time. 245. 505. 1:925. 

AVinner — B. f. by Marta Santa — California (trained by J. Collins). 

AA'eiit to t>ost at 4:42. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won driving: second and third tlie same. 
-Anne McGt>e. awa.v forwardly, showed the most eari.v stie^ and sprinted into a good lead, but was forced 
Into a hard drive in tlie last fnrlong to outstay Semproni. The latter, also avi'ay forwardly, followed Anne 
McGee closely and was wearing her down fast at the end. Romp. awa.A' slowly and forced to go wide, ran 
a good race and outstayed Mrs. Sewall in the final strides. The latter liad no mishaps and tired after 
going a half. Tennessee Bov Avas prominent for a half. 

Seratcheil — 75126 Transt'orm, 19.’:; 74882 Solicitor. 100. 



75179 



SIXTH R.ACK— 7-8 Mile. (56189— 1 : 25?— 3- 
AlIoAvanees. Not value to winner $400. 



A Wt PP St % =4 Str Mn Jo 



-104.) Purse $.500. 3-year-olds. 



75185 



Ind HorwB 

7.'1?.5 CAMPAIGNER -WB 4 111 3 6 7 7 3* 2= L’ok Nicol »* L Richards 8 12 IJ 4 1-6 

T4464 DOHB3' AV 4 106 4 5 6® 6b CDk 4b :!u <’ M Shil’gl’ M Civill 2 5 6 2 4-5 

(:4*,83)TAM'ME w 3 94 I'l 4 3* 3.’. 4* 6= 4® J Bergen .V Turney 6 6 6 2 4-5 

'■5i:!d THE GLOBE Wli 7 97 1 1 4* oj 7 5' 'I' Bice Blair A- Leroy 40 60 60 20 7 

7',lTi COCK SURE ws 5 iH 7 7 .5® 4* f)* 6i 6* .1 W M’hy.l Burttm-hell ’JJ 2J 9-j 4-6 2 ;i 

7599 '* TREY OF SP.ADES aab 3 89 2 2 1*4 1= 2'i 7 7 Jensen \V StiK'kton 15 20 15 6 3 

Time. 24*5, 495. 1:155. 1:41?. 1:48?. 

AVinner — B. «, b.v Orsinl — Chasie t trained by B. T. Littlefield). . , , .v, ■ 

Went to post at 6:03. -At post 2 minutes. Start gixid. Won driving; second and third the same. 
t$ir GftJuliad, uwiiys close up, wore Trey of Spades down on the backstretcli anti dasued into the lead oa 



SIXTH RACE— 1 X-16 Miles. (6266(4— 1:465 — 4—1 

ward. S elling. _ Net va lue to winner $440. 

^^WtP^S'^yt_®2_% Strj;in Jwkeys 



90.) $500-added. 3-year-olds and up- 



(7511*5)AP.ACHE 
75127®CZAR 
(75959)CHULIT.A 
75062 GILVEDEAR 
74»S8»BALBt:S 
71627 UNCLE TIM 



WB 102 4 4 ‘Jb 
w 100 2 3 4* 
W 105 3 2 3b 
WB 103 5 5 6 
w 105 1 1 1® 
W 97 6 6 6J 



‘Jh 3‘i 1*J 1* 1* .Skirvin 



Owners 
.T Fleming 



w 3 94 6 3 

■WB 4 111 3 6 

AV 4 106 4 r, 

w :: 94 I'l 4 

wi! 7 97 1 1 

ws 3 ;>8 7 7 



2® 2® l*i l*i 1® Khrother 
7 7 2® 2“b Nicol 



Owners 

J E .Seagram 



75992 TREY OF SP.ADES aivb 



_0_H_C_P_S_ 
8-6 11-311-57-lOout 
8 12 12 4 7-6 

2 6 6 2 4-5 

6 6 6 2 4-5 

4<l 69 60 20 7 

2.J 2J 9-5 4-3 2 3 

15 20 15 6 3 



4* 4*i 3® 3® 2® E Martin .1 Griffin 

3b lb 2® 2J 3« V Powers -V « I.aboId 

6 5® a* 5*® 4b IJoyd A D Steele 

1® 2h 4® 4® 5» J Butler G J Long 

55 6 6 6 6 J Connelly J Hoffman 



Mu.T’k’tsSold. 


Auct’n 


Str. 


PI. 


Sh. 


Sales. 


163* 


“l.',8~ 


68 


$23 


lOil 


73 


62 


ts 


464 


22:1 


117 


59 


10 


6 


12 


•10 


74 


65 


61 


« 


6 


6 


13 


• 


826 


6.81 


333 


$100 



Mtiltiels p.nid, Apache. $24.05 straight. $9..10 place, $6.65 show; Czar. $14..15 place. |6.Ki shoa-; (llinlita, 
.8.5.95 shoAV. ^ 

♦Auction field. Time. 24:?. 48?. 1:14?. 1:28», 

Winner — Cli. g. by EHielbert — Yaqni (trained by J. Fleming). 

Wenr to post at 5:15. At post ;» inlinites. Start good. Won driving; second and third the same. 
Apache, restrained in the early running, da.shed b.v Chullta on the stretch turn, but tired and barely kistetl 
long enough. Czar, away slowly iiud stifferlng from lnterferein*e. came Avith a rush throutrfa the stretch 
and would have won in a few more strides Clnillta. iMiorly ridden, was raeeil Into exhaustion and tired 
liadly in Hie last quarter. Giivedear closed a big gap in the last quarter. Balbus ran well for three-quar- 
ters. 

I Overweights — Giivedear. 5 pounds. 




DA1L1P KSCINC? TOKK. 



FRIDAY, JUNfe 8, IfOe. 



Tfronto Entries and Past Performances for Friday, Jnne 5. 



WEATHEB CLEAB. TBACK FA6T. 



TORONTO ENTRIES. 



Racing starts at 2:30 p. in. (Chicago time, 1:30.) 
XUuus well in mud. ©Superior mud runner. 
First' Baee— 3-4 Kile. 

S-year-olds. Allowances. 

(Track record: tKi54C— 1;11| — 4 — 114.) 



Ind. Horses. 


Rec. 


A. Wt. 


Hdep. 


rniSO*»Hareo«rt 


..1:13? 


110. 


...723 


’497a Niglit Mist 


..1:14* 


10.5. 


.X720 


r.MiM’. G«k's Fast 


..1;i::* 


105. 


.X715 


’.■tlOO® Colonel Favenlab' ., 


no. 


...710 


r.5iK;;!® K. S. Whittaker .. 


..1 :1S 


no. 


. . .710 


r4Wi!« RaleigU 




107. 


. X705 


Out of .Step 






. . .705 


5oi;;! Sbiiidv 




BMi. 


.X70.* 


r.5i:i4 ‘Priceless Jewel .... 
‘R. L. Thomas entry. 




loo. 


.©700 



Second Bace — 5-8 Kile. 

2-year-olds. Allowances. 

< Track record: i;27<.r2 — 1:<»0 — 2- 

74043’ Havre 1:01s 

7.">itii7 l.ady Rensselaer 

7.71S1 )*Aralia 1:04? 

7r>107’ Hawkwing ; 1 :04i 

7.M07 Servicence 

7.''iOH; Mirown Tony 

7.1<Hi7 -\rtliur Bryan 

•W. 11. Moshy entry. 

Third Race — 3-4 Kile, 
anadian-lired 3-year-olds and upward. 

(Track record: «2.%4i; — 1:111 — 4- 

7."10M’*Xenocrates 1:1S 

7.MVJ Tatde Bay 

7 ."><H 1 ;: I.oretlo 

7.'i<h;:: Capstan 

7".i;:2 tArctlie Why to 

rriios’ti'erciissiuii 1:17? 

74!«t| .S.otcU I'el.ble 

;4P4<; .Sam.* o’Cold 

r.'d.H ‘China Shop 

7ii!m;s Wicklow Hirl 

rthii; Two l.ips 11 



. . .1 :47? 


A. 


.104. 


.©725 


. ..1:54>* 


4. 


.101 . 


. X720 


. ..l:j<»l 


Ti. 


.lO-J. 


.©715 


...1:47* 


r». 


.no. 


-X710 


-2 Miles. 


o. 


. 94. 


. . .705 



!— 90.) 

111.. X725 
KH..X720 

108. . X71.' 

108 710 

107. .©710 

107 70.*> 

107 7W 



-Xllowances. 

-114.) 

.‘!..H1 72.-. 

3. .UH 720 

.'i. .KK». .X71.'l 

4. .10!* 71. 

.Its: 710 

:i. .11*4 710 

4. .107. . X70r, 

3.. 101 70.-. 

3. .101 70.a 

.10!t 70<t 

.3. .]im: 700 



Ind. Horses. R<c. A. Wl. UJep. 

7.-.020 Stone King 3.. lot; 7 <h> 

71008 Harry tirahall 3. .lt»3. . . .700 

Unaping, b. h. by BlI- 

letlo — Mythday .... 5.. Ill 

Antrim Maid, b. f. by 
Martimas — Locust 

Blossom II 3.. 101 

•J. E. Seagram entry. 
tValley Farm Stable entry. 

Fourth Race— 1 Kile and 70 Yards. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

(lYack record: (WtKH— 1:4« — 4— KW.) 

(77.044) EL HOUAIIO i :47? 4 . . lt>4 . . ©72.% 

(7.-.*i»3) Hawkuma l:".t>4 4. .K»l . . X720 

(7.-.101) IWtha E l:jt»i .Kki. .©71.". 

(7.-.ti‘i2) Uoidway l:47t .lit). . X710 

(7.->i:!0) Batbbrick ».. t»4 70.7 

Fifth Bace— 2 Kiles. 

Steeplechase. 

4-year-olds and upward. Allowances. 

(Track record: 7j043 — 3:56* — 8 — 147.) 

(T.-.091) Speacer Reiff 8.. 1.57 700 

7.515!) Frank Somers 7. .157. . X6S)0 

75110 Bank Holiday 7. . 155. . x690 

744»1 Essex II C..164..X6S5 

^l.'O Mlxup 5. .147. . X685 

I.4M3 Judge Nolan 6..r55 080 

74i»94 Dr. J. F. Altken 4.. 147 680 

720:>3 John T. Morgan 8.. 147 C70 

Si^hi Race— 1 1-8 Kiles. 

3-year-olds and npward. Selling. 

(Track record: 62544— 1 :.52— 3— 107.) 

».»130= Ficaroon 1:54 6.. 97.... 725 

7.-.068* Creel 1:52J 5.. 104.. ©720 

(75130) Batlibrick . 93 .... 715 

7.5t«)2- Isinuiiian 1:.55* 6. .lt)0. . X710 

74006 True Boy 5. . lit*. . x705 

The tigurcK under "•Ri'C.” in :i1h)vc entries show 
the best time made by the horst' at the distance 
since January 1, UKit;. This lime is not iiecess;irilv 
made hy a winner. It may be the estimated time 
of a losing performance. 



HAWKAKA. h. g, 4, 

75093 Toronto 3-4 1 
7H015 Toronto 6i f 1 
74187 RGCnds lm70y 1 
BERTSA E., h. in, 8, 
7.5161 Toronto 3^ 1 
74971 Toronto 3-4 1 
74241 F.Grounds 3-4 1 
74186 F.Grounds 3-4 1 
OOLDWAY. b. r. 5. 
75092 Toronto 1 1-16 1 
74996 Toronto 1 1-16 1 
74947 Toronto lm70y 1 
74513 Lex’gton 1 1-16 1: 
BATHBBICK, 1>. c, 3, 
75i;!0 Toronto 1 1 

75039 Toronto 3-4 1; 
74971 Toronto 3-4 1: 
71822 Aqueduct 6i f 1 



hy Hawkswick — ^Ajnumnth (Faiiport BUble). Weight today 101. 

:14g fast 6 106 4 3 2 1| 1* F'brother Herman Johnson, ^Imere, Inkers. 

:07| fast 50 119 11 10 10 8 ‘ 6‘* Hatchett KlngAvondale, H.Jobnson, Denbam 

:45 good 8 113 2 3 5 5 4** 6*®iPickons Lady Almy, Heine, Bngbea. 

by 6. W. JofanMa^Kapvy (J, FhOlips). Weight today 102. 

:lt fast 9-S lOo S S 7 6’ !•> 0 U SliiEgTeraineralre, Spion, The Clown. 

:16J fast 2i 119 2 2 4 6* 2* Liebert Woodline, Autumn King. Gay Dora 

:13| fast 15 105 4 2 3 3* 2* J Howard Yaddo, Birdslayer, Hannibal Bay. 

:14 good 40 #7 4 6 6 6 6»4G Swain Blagg, Frlzette, A1 MnUer. 

^ Goldllnoh — ^Waitaway (F. K. Cirill). Weight today 110. 

:53 slow 7-10 108 5 3 3 2 1‘ 1* C H Shirglsmailian, Frank Lalor, LadyKarm.i 

:49| fast 4-5 107 8 5 6 2 1’ 1* C H Shil’gCaU Boy, Factotum, Orfano. 

:47 fast 8 109 12 11 11 10 6“* 2) V Powers Lady Isabel, Cock Sure, Picaroon. 

:471 fast 3 102 8 8 6 6 4* 2»k W Ott Tlvollnl, Halbard. Imboden. 

hy Bathampton — Ironic (J. E. Seagram). Weight today 94. 

til fast 20 91 8 6 3 2 1“* 1* Fbrothcr Pic.anvm, Ena, Traekh-ss. 

151 fast 10 9» 1 4 3 4‘ 5®1 F’brother Sandal. Bathmaria, Braggadotdo. 

16Rfast 6 l05 9 11 8 9® 7'J F’brother Woodline, Bertl'a E., Autumn King 

21| fast 12 104 16 6 9 9 14 R McDan'IWhidden, D.ofBrldgewater, Orfaou. 



1* 1* Ray 
5 6 Ray 



7. .157. . X690 
7. .1.55. . X690 
C..164..X6S5 



.l:52f 5. .104. .©720 

3.. 93 715 

.1:.55* 6. .100.. X 710 

5.. HO. .X705 
in alHivp entries show 



FIFTH BACE — 2 Kiles. Steeplechase. 4-year-olds and upward. Allowances. (7.504.3 — 3:.5C*— 8 — 147.) 

SPENCER REIFF, hr. g, 8, hy Esher — Carmencita (I. W. Booth), Weight today 167. 

75091 Toronto 2 3:57 slow 2i 136 2 1 1 1 1* 14 Ray Glencastle. .Mansano, Bound Br.M)k 

7.5043 Toronto 2 3:56* fast 8 147 3 2 1 1 1* 1* Ray Little Wally. Buddy, Bob Almve. 

74970 Toronto 2J 5:25g fast 3} 148 1 4 6 5 5 6 Ray TheKnlght, SteveLane, SamParmer 

FRANK SOKERS, ch. g, 7, by St. Blaise— Kola (J. F. Hynes). Weight today 157. 

75159 Toronto 2 4:13 fast 30 i:{5 11 4 5 5 !)i> S’^iJ Murphy Sam Parmer. Picktime, lliidily. 

75091 Toronto 2 3:57 slow 30 145 4 5 5 Pulled up.J Murphy Spencer Reiff, Glencastle, Manzano 

71035 Toronto 2 4:05 fast 8 147 1 6 7 8 6* 6*® Simpson J.G.C^vanagh, Kumshaw, Pioneer. 

69393 Hamilton Ab 2 4:17* fast 4 157 3 2 1 Fell. J Murphy CaTrahatchee, Judge Carter, Ohnet. 

BANK HOLIDAY, ch. m, 7, by Bon Holladay — Josio Rood (G. Black). Weight today 165, 

75110 Toronto 2 4:0,1g slow 15 139 9 Fell. G Pierce Fly. Virginian, S. Parmer, Llt.Wal!\ 

74849 Louisville S C 2:52* mud 35 142 10 11 11 11 7 6«* Hufham Coal Black Lady, Charfleld. Dario'. 

74740 Louisville S C 2:53* good 30 144 9 8 8 8 7* 6*» Garic S.Hoffhelmer, Exact. McAllister. 

74655 Louisville S C 3:17 hvy 25 135 8 6 6 5 1* 1® G Pierce Waterway, Charfield, CoalB’kl.ady. 

ESSEX II. (h. b.), b. g, 6, by Judge Korrow — Kimosa (h. b.) J. K. W. Green). Weight today 164. 
74691 Pimlico Ab 2 4:40 hvy 13-5 150 5 4 4 5 5 5*® Mr D Kerr J. Dillon, NoblesseOblige, MvGratv 

74431 Pimlico Ab 2 4:20 good 6 _ 156 2 8 6 4 4® 3^ Mr D KerrGoldUeiir, Graiid)^. John Diilou. 



75159 Toronto 2 4:13 fast 30 

75091 Toronto 2 3:57 slow 30 

71035 Toronto 2 4:05 fast 8 

69393 Hamilton Ab 2 4:17* fast 4 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 



The small figure under “Str.” shows the distance the horse was ahead of that next in 
figure under “Fin.” — unless the horse won — shows the number of lengths the horse was 



in the race. The small 
ras behind the winner. 



FIRST RACE — 3-4 Kile. 3-year-olds. Allowances. (62.546—1:11* — 1 — 114.) 

Index Course DlstTlineT’ckOdda Wt St % % %, StrFln Jockey* Best Company. 

HARCOURT, b. c, 3, by Ben Brush — Costume (R. L. ’Thomas). Weight today 110. 

7.51W> Toronto 3 4 l:i:)i{ fast 4-0 112 2 3 3 3J 2‘ C H ShirgPIcase, Biilie Ilibbs, Hiacklio. 

-X?? 1®".! - '' ■* -- H Sliil’g JubileeJuggins, Purslane. Botanist 

------ 8 8 2’ C H Shil’pPhotogsapher, J.Jhgglns, .T.Craword 

5 5 4'i 3'i C H Shil’gRara Avia, Frizette, Carrollton. 



74431 Pimlico Ab 2 4:20 good 6 156 2 8 6 4 4» 3^ Mr D K( 

74267 Banning Ab 2i 5:07 fast 11-5 164 3 1 1 1 1® 4»* Kelleher 

MIXTIP, b. g, 6, by Heddler — Kannie Himyar (W. Shields). 

751.59 Toronto 2 4:13 fast 15 131 1 6 6 Fell. F, Kellv 

74945 Toronto 2 4:13? fast 6 146 8 Ix)st rider. E Kelly 

73734 City Park .S C 3:01 fast 4 129 1 6 7 5 7* 8=’ E Kellv 

72967 City Park S C 3:03g finst 15 137 7 7 6 4 4» 4»J Masnada 

JUDGE NOLAN, b. h, 6, by Troubadour — ^Expectation (K. Hart). 
7.504;! Toronto 2 3:56* fast 20 1.5.'! 6 4 7 6 6 6’= llegartv 

71798 Pimlico Ab 2 4:40? fair 30 134 8 4 Fell. F. Hel'd« 

71747 Pimlico Ab 2 4:.^3 fast 15 133 7 6 7 7 7 7«» E Heide 

71504 Windsor S C 3:35 fast 30 128 7 3 4 6 4= 4i*iRenn 

DR. J. F. AITKEN, blk. g, 4, by Albert— Emily R. (I. W, Booth). 
74994 Toronto 2 4:06? fa.st 7 132 7 8 8 4 4'® 4'* Bcaiiiisli 

7i«26 Em.Clty 1 1-16 1:46* fast 20 90 9 9 9 9 8* 8>* Pohanka 

70619 Em.Clty 1 1:41? fast 20 94 7 11 7 10 8* 8'*iPohanka 

70368 Ft Erie 7-8 1:27 fast 6 92 7 4 4 8 8‘ 7® E Marti 



12 4JS Kelleher Aiken, Banner, Varna Clirlsty. ' 

. Shields). Weight today 147. 

1. F, Kelly Sam Parmer. Plcktiine. Hutldy. 

•. E Kelly TheKnlght, Plektlme, Fly. V’irglnlan 

7* 8” E Kelly Rejectable, Llndale, Bnckman. 

4» 4»J Masnada Dr. Heard, Llndale, Dr. I.«gan. 

1 (K. Hart). Weight today 165. 

6 6’= Hegarty Speneer Reiff. Little Wally. Hiiddy 

E Helder BersI, Bob Murphy, Guardian II. 

7 7®* E Helder Bersl, Buckman, Guardian II. 

4* 4’*JRenn The Chef, Daera, Amber. 

(I. W. Booth). Weight today 147. 

4'® 4'® Beaiiiisli Mcdlcine.Man. Dr. Koch. Jim. Janies. 
8* S'* Pohanka Confessor. Minos, Princess Orna. 

8* 8'*iPohanka Minos, Pnnky, Kemp Rldgeley. 



74942 'I'oronto 
74.S45 Belmont 



3-4 1 ;13* fast 2 
3-4 1:14 fast 8 



i4!»94 1 oroTito 2 4:06? fa.st 7 132 7 8 8 4 4'® 4'® P.eaiiiisli Mcdlcine.Man. Dr.Koch. .1 im. Janies. 

70626 Em.Clty 1 1-16 1:46* fast 20 90 9 9 9 9 8* S'* Pohanka Confessor, Minos, Princess Orna. 

70619 Em.Clty 1 1:41? fast 20 94 7 11 7 10 8* 8'*iPohanka Minos, Pnnky, Kemp Rldgeley. 

70368 Ft Erie 7-8 1:27 fast 6 92 7 4 4 8 8' 7* E Martin St. Jeanne, D.Strome, G. MacBrIde. 

JOHN T. MORGAN, b. h, 8, by Travesty — Kate Morgan (Mr. Chetland). Weight today 147, 

72033 Benning Ab 2 4:24 fast 15 168 4 3 4 4 4 4 Sir Ilig’s’nM\'Grace, Warrenton, Fly.MacbItie. 

71941 Benning Ab 3 6:33 slop 20 156 3 2 Fell. T Wilson Sly Grace, Warrenton. Tellfare. 

SIXTH RACE — 1 1-8 Miles. 3-year-oIds and upward. Selling. (62.544 — 1 ;.52 -167.) 



NIGHT KIBT, ch. f, 8. by Knight of EUeralie — Quagmire (E. F. Miller). Weight today 105. 

74.972 Toronto 3-4 1:15 fast 6 ltd 9 8 9 9® S" Liebert Jane Swift. Sandal. I’lease. 



74.587 l.,exington 7-8 1:34? hvy 15 98 7 7 7 7 

74.561 Lexington 7-8 1:31 hvy 15 102 5 5 4 7 



GOES FAST, hr. f, 3, by Blitzen— Allie H. (J. B. Flynn). 



7 7'®1F Burton Lady Vie, La Fayette. Hazel Patch 
6® 6*' F Burton KeepSIoving, H. Agnes, Wh. Brool 



-Extra (P. M. Civill). 



7.5106 Toronto 3-4 1:15. slow 13-5 95 

74715 I'iinlico 1 ] :50 hvy 4 

7462.7 Pimlico lm60y 1:49* hvy 6 



Weight today 105. | 7r,oi7 Toronto 



J W Sl’liy Denham. Clements. Mr. Peabody. 



1 1:50 hvy 4-5 103 1 2 2 2 2* 3* J Schaller El Dorado. Lady Isabel, Oroonoka. 

y 1:49* hvy 6 94 2 1 1 1 1’ 1® J Schaller .\uimns. Little I.lghler. Orfano. 



COLONEL FAVERDALE, hr. c, 3, by Colonel Wheeler — Sweet Faverdale (A. M. Orpen). Weight today 110. 
7.1IUO Toronto lni7tb' 1:47? fast 2 100 7 2 2 2 2® 3'S F'brother Wil.Lackaye. Frankl.alor, L.Lissak 



688.50 'J'oronto 4 1-2 f 65? fast 100 11 

68800 'I’orooto 1-2 49? fast 113 1 

68C68 Chur. Downs 1-2 49| hvy 110 1 



6 6* 8®J L Smith Aquiline, Meadowgreen, Frescatl. 

5 7* 2* L Smith ■ Clell Turney, Ena Revery. 

14 12' 13*’JOregar B. Herron, Orlandot. W. Merchant 



E- S. WHITTAKER, b. c, 3, by Ben Strome— Daisy Chain (F, Cook). Weight today 110. 

7.V)6;: Toriiiilo 3 4 1:16* slop 8 luS 3 1 1 25 J Fole.v Ilandmaiir, Siip.Dance, Gold Heart 



70696 .Saratoga GJ f 1:06* fast 15 100 6 



RALEIGH, ch. g, 3, by Bassetlaw — Gracine (I. H. Miller). 

74969 Toi-onto 11-8 1:57 fast 6 114 4 5 4 5 6'® 5'«iT Rice 

74679 ( takland 7-8 1:2.5* fast 20 86 6 7 7 7 7 7' (’’boiieau 



i* 4®i R McDan’lBellwether. Biskra, Sir Cleges. 



7463S Oakland 



3-4 1:12* fast 30 



Weight today 107. 
Montclair. ITneleToby. Th’ckmorlon 
Centre Shot. The .Mist, Critic. 



4* 4®* Goldstein B. Busb, Prejiiiclo. Sil. Stocking. 



OUT OF STEP, b. f, 3, hy Havoc — New Dance (T. Smith). Weight today 95. 

7.’06:* T'liroato 1 1-16 1 :.72? slop 30 122 :! .5 5 5 6 6®* J Foley Can. Maid. Sbiuionese, M.onIheFloss 

749»i; Toi-oiito 1 1-16 1:49* fa.st 50 96 9 2 2 7 16 l6-« Jas Hogg (ioldway. Call Boy, Factotum. 

71505 Windsor 5-8 1:01? fast 10 92 7 8 8 8** 6* Mulcahy Bewitch^. Jjee Crest, LIuda Lake. 

71487 Windsor 6J f 1:08 fast 10 96 2 2 3 46 6«J Knopf Virginia ilald. Bewitched, Eonlte. 

SHINDY, hr. f, 3, by Knight of the Thistle— Fudge (G. E. Dudley). Weight today 100. 

7 Toronto ::-4 1:16* slop 10 103 1 3 5 4' 6'= J Schaller Ilandmaiir, S.Dance, E.S.lVhittaker 

74689 Pimlico 55 f 1:12* hvy 25 92 1 1 2 9i> ll'^l.T Schaller Kdgelv, Black Burn. Kirebraml. 

7062!) Ft Erie 6-8 1:01* fast 2 103 4 1 1 16 7® J Schaller Shirley R., Padrone. Edna Hotter. 

76031 Buffalo 5-8 1:02? fast 2 109 S 12 3* 6*i J Schaller Snakewood, Gloryart, Jennie’sBeau. 

PRICELESS JEWEL, hr. f, 3, hr Flandit— Far Excellence (R. L. niomaa). Weight today 100. 

7.5i:! 4 Toronto 3-4 1:15* fast 7-10 117 6 3 5 6= 6‘"5icrancis Sandal, .lane Swift. Cruche d'Or. 

71244 Latonla 6* f 1:12* hvy 6-6 100 1 1 1 1® 1® C H Shlll’g.M. Gallagher, DorothyAnn, Ag.Wood 

71043 O’vesend 6-8 1:02 fair 100 104 5 6 6 C 6® G Swain Desirous, Aunt Rose, Q. Marguerite 

707S1 Em.Clty 5? f 1:08 fast 6 106 1 2 5 7* 6*J Musgr’ve A. O. Walker, Scallop, Inauguration. 

R. L. 'I'lioinas eiitr.v — Pricelc.ss Jewel and Hareourl. 

SECOND RACE — 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances. (02702 — 1:00 — 2 — !)!).) 

HAVRE, hr. c, 2, hy Hawkswick — Tut Tut (J. C. Goode). Weight today 111. 

7494:: Toronto 1-2 49* fast 6 125 3 3 4"k Coldstein Ladylrina. ThistleBelle, Hawkwin.g 

747-56 Jamaica 5-8 1:01 fast 6 97 5 2 2 2® 2*J S Flyuti Personal, Indomltahle. Fore. 

74767 Jamaica 5-8 1:01? good 13-3 106 6 5 4 4® 3** Musgrave Personal, .\rionelte. Thetis. 

74658 Jamaica 5-8 1:02 mud 4 102 1 3 3 26 1* Garner Fonv, Miss Highland. Personal. 

lady RENSSELAER, hr. f, 2, hy Renaselaer — Lady Algy (Killer & Walker). Weight today 104. 

7.5067 Toronto C-S 1:03* slop 8 114 5 5 6 6® 5®.t T Rice Chipmunk, Autumn Maid, .\ralla. 

74943 Toronto 1-2 49* fast 30 119 2 9 9* 8*®i'l’ Rice Lady Irma. Thistle Belle. Havre. 

74491 Oakland 4J f 53* fast 25 103 4 3 5*J 6" T Rice Ocean Queen. Prudent, Slozart. 

ARALIA. ch. f, 2, hy Handsome — La Creole (W. H. Kosby). Weight today 108. 

75181 'I’oronto 5-S 1 :02* fast 3.4 102 7 5 5 54 2* I^hrother Sight. Fl.at Creek, Chipmunk. 

7.5067 Toronto 5-8 1:03* slop 24 103 6 4 3 4* 3®4 Q’ringtoii Chipmunk, AutiiinnMaid, Nanticoke 

74116 Benning 4* f 67 good 5 102 2 2 4' 2® I) McC’thyTaboo, Chaperon. Personal. 



PICAROON, ch. g, 6, by Ornament — Adventuress II. (A. W. Maybee) 
75130 Toronto 1 1:4:!* fast 5 113 6 5 4 3 2'1 2' Nieol 

75107 Toronto 1 1-16 1:49* slow 3* 114 5 5 5 4 4® 4® IJebert 

75042 Toronto 1 1-16 1:49* fast 40 130 1 6 6 4 5* 4'«.4.1 Folev 

74991 Toronto lm70y 1:47* fast 3J 108 9 7 4 2 5* 5®J*J Foley 

CREEL, b. h, 6, by WooUthoip^— Extra (P. M. Civill). 

1J668 Toronto lm70y 1:49* slop 2* 104 1 3 3 2 2* 2® F'brother 

75017 Toronto 1 1-16 1:49? fast 6 108 6 5 4 5 4* 3*4 Lleln-rt 

74743 Louisville 1 1-8 1:55? good 18-6 105 9 8 8 8 7® 7'®4J l,ee 

BATHBRICK, b. c, 3, by Bathampton — Ironic (J. E. Seagram). 

75i;{6 Toronto 1 1:4::* fast 26 94 8 6 3 2 1“6 ji F’brother 

7.56.39 Toronto 3-4 1:15* fast 10 98 1 4 3 4 ' 5«i F’brother 

74971 Toronto 3-4 1:16* fast 6 165 9 U 8 9= 7'4 F’brother 

71822 Aqueduct 6* f 1:21? fast 12 164 16 6 9 9 14 R McDan’ 

ISKAILIAN, b. m, 6, by St. Andrew — Ismailia (W. G. Kiag-Dodds) 
7.5692 Toronto 1 1-16 1:.53 slow 16 166 6 5 6 4 3'>6 2* J Baker 

74996 Toronto 1 1-16 1:49* fast 20 165 1 9 9 l6 74 ,5®.®. .1 Baker 

74851 Louisville 1 1-4 2:11* mud 15 163 1 6 6 6 S' 5*® .1 Baker 

74779 Louisv’le 1 3-16 2;0O* fast 4 107 5 5 5 5 5® 5® J Baker 

TRUE BOY, b. h, 5, by Captain Sigsbee— Truant (A. Turney). 

74666 Pimlico I 1:42? fa.st .3* 116 7 7 7 7 6® 5®4 Harty 

74:528 Pimlico 1 1:43 gcx.d 9-5 115 3 5 3 3 3'i 2=i Harty 

74.358 I’imlico 1 1:42* fa.st 25 113 16 7 7 7 7® ::*.'. Harty 



. Weight today 97. 

l!.slhbriek. Ena, 'lYackb^s. 

Phot og rapher, II. Johnson, Moonraker. 
niotographej". Glimmer. Factotum. 
Holscher, Lally, Gold Note. 

Weight today 104. 
Lady Isaliel, Lally, .\lta McDonal.i 
SlrG.'ihihad. Ladylsabel, Th. Calhoun 
Meada, Ismatlian. Hazel Patch. 

Weight today 93. 
I’iearimn. Kna. Trackless. 

Sandal. Bathmaria, Braggadocio. 
WxHlIine, Bertha E., .Viitnmii King 
IWhidden, D.iifBridgewater, Orfano. 

. Weight today 100. 

GohUvay, Frank I,alor. Lad.vKarma 
Goldway. Call Boy. Factotum. 
Qnagga, Camille, 'i'ivollnl. 
Wat.i'ooler, Tlvollnl, Synchronized 
Weight today 110. 
El Dorado, Miss .MazzonI, Delphic. 
B.ofJessamlm-. Gallanr, HighChan.'c 
Lady Karma, Servile, Delphlo. ■ 



New York Entries and Past Performances for Friday, June 5. 



WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST. 



NEW YORK ENTRIES. 

(Gravesend.) 

Racing starts at 2:30 p. ni. (CSiicago time, 1:30.) 
X Kims well In mud. ©Superior mud runner. 
First Race — About 3-4 Mile. 



75181 Toronto 
7.5667 Toronto 
74116 Benning 
73983 Benning 



1-2 61* slow 1 



HAWKWING, b. g, 2, by Hawkswick — Daisy W. (J. 6. Tyree). 



9* 8*"iT Rice Lady Irma, Thistle Belle, Havre. 
5*i 6“ T Rice Ocean Queen. Prudent, Mozart. 

I. Kosby). Weight today 108. 

54 2* F'brother Sight. Fl.it Creek, Chipmunk. 

4* 3®4 Q’ringtoii Chipmunk, AutiiinnMaid, Nanticoke 
4' 2® I) McC’thyTaboo, Chaperon. Personal. 

3* ink 1) McC’thy Chaperon, Bliiestock, Dan de Noyles 



1 (105 feet 


short. ) 








All Ag<^s. liautliotip. 








(Track record 0S1*;!4 


— l:o.Si- 


5- 1 


22.) 




Ind. Horses. 


Rec. 


A 


Wt. 


Hdep. 


(7.51001 Roseben 


. .1:10 


7 


.1:!5. 


.X750 


7.5o79*‘Baby IVolf 




4 


.123. 


. X 7 15 


751 00 Waterbiiry 


.. 1:1-2? 


4 


. »:i. 


. . .745 


751IK1 De .Mund 


..1:10* 


4 


.122. 


.. .715 


75172* King Cobalt 


..l:Ki? 




.110. 


.©715 


749S.'!® I'antoiitle 


. .1 ;li>6 


r» 


.109. 


• X710 


744.50 .Minnie .\ilaiiis . . . 


r» 


.100. 


. X74U 


75170 tl’arkview 




;! 


.102. 


• X740 


7491 7'tBell wether 


...l;i:!* 


3 


. 98. 


. X 74®) 


71.S2:t Gold L.ldy 


4 


.113. 


. X 7'i.j 


(75os0')()kpuite 




4 


.lOO. 


. X735 


75170 Bat .Masterson .... 




4 


. 90. 


. . . V.'Jfi 


( 0;!105 ) ‘Tiui'ber 




,*> 


, .118. 


.X730 


7:’.!*00 Batsinan 






. 92. 


. . .7^5 


Sarah Rasi|uiii, br. 


r. 








bv liigoldsbv — R 
Mav 


ikse 


.3. 


.107. 





Ind. Horsi's. R.'C. A. Wt 

(7:;(’2!21 Rosevale II 

7*51 is* .Melissa I:6lJ II 

749SII S\itTragetl<- 11 

7511S' Top Note 1:61* 11 

75147* Lady Hubbard II 

75P’2!) l.ady Selina II 

Hammerless, eh. f. by 
Hambnrg- Trigger . II 

Cotytto, b. r. by S«di- 
taire II. — The Peer- 
ess 11 

Fourth Race — 1 1-16 Miles. 
Parkway Handicap. $l.(f00 added. 



A. Wt. Hdep. 

114 74*1 

114 746 

114 74*> 

114 . .x7;:.5 

114 7::i) 

III 7’_V. 



(Track rc(v>rd : 


02831— 1';45?- 


-.3—120.) 




7.5O.’!0* Jack Atkin .. 


1 :40* 


4 . l‘>4 . 


X75<1 


75103® Master Roliert 


1 :45 


. . 98 . 


X740 


71859® Gretna tirecii 


1:4.5? 


4. .no. 




719S2) Toiireuue .... 


1:4.5? 


4. .no. 


. X7;!5 


75103 -Montgomery . . 


1 :46* 


4. . no. 


. x7:!o 


75170 Spooner 


1:47* 


3. . 9.1. 


. X72>5 



Fifth Race — 1 1-4 Kiles. 
3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 
ITrack record: 75114:! — 2:04* — 3 — 1U6.) 



75167 'I’oronto 5-8 1 :f«? slow 40 99 6 7 8 6' .*.® R Powell Persomil. Lucille R., Servieeuie. 

74967 'I'oronto 5-8 1:02? fast 20 115 5 5 4 .54 8® Harty Suiicoe. Otsi Keta, Father Stafford 

74943 'foronto 1-2 49* fast 30 119 4 6 S" 4* R Powell Lady Irma, Thistle Belle, Havre. 

6ERVICENCE, ch. c, 2, by Service— Innocence (Knebelkamp Sc Bradfield). Weight today 107. 

75167 'I’oronto 5-8 1:03? slow 20 1 05 5 4 3 3* 4® J How:ird Personal, Lucille R.. Hawkwing. 

7.5646 Toronto 5-8 1:02* fast 5 166 12 11 11 14 14®' G Swaia Ragimm, Pt*arl Point. Cldng Hare. 

74846 Louisville 4* f 56 mud 1 112 1 2 1* 1* Heidel Hainmetrical, Anderson, Silverado. 

74739 Louisville 4* f 65* good 2? 106 1 3 3* 4*4 Heidel Fundamental. Anderson, Tapioca. 



5-8 1 :f»8? slow 40 99 6 

5-8 1 :02? fast 20 115 5 

1-2 49* fast 30 119 4 



Weight today 108. 



®H. P. M’hitney entry. 
iW. F. Mathews entry. 

Second Race — 1 1-16 Kiles. 
:!-ycar-olds. Selling. 



7.5646 Toronto 5-8 1:02* fast 5 166 12 11 11 14 14®' G S 

74846 Louisville 4* f 56 mud 1 112 1 2 1* 1' Ileii 

74739 Louisville 4* f 65* good 2? 106 1 3 3* 4*4 Heii 

BROWN TONY, hr. c, 2, by Handsome— Ado (W. H. Kosby). 
7.’>iU6 q'oroiito 44 f 56* fast 12 98 5 12 12' 11" U’ri 

7494:! Toronto m 49* fast 20 113 15 14 14* 12'« Q’ri 

741.59 Benning 4* f 68 fast 6 107 6 3 34 2' 1) : 

738,80 Benning 4i f 58 good 10 110 4 6 6 6'®4Q’ri 



3 3= 4® J How:ird Personal, Lucille R.. Hawkwing. 

11 14 14®' G Swaia Ragiinm, Pt*arl Point. Cldng Hare. 

2 1* 1' Heidel Hainmetrical, Anderson, Silverado. 

3 3* 4*4 Heidel Fundamental. Anderson, Tapioca. 

W. H. Moshy). Weight today 107. 

12 12' 11" u’rington Pleasing, Apologize. Gay King. 

14 14* 12'* Q’rington Lady Irma, ndstle Belle, Havre. . 
3 34 2' 1) McC’thyDress Parade. Claiborne, \V. Hour. 

6 6 6'®4Q’rington Taboo, Bonnie KeLso, Ragman. 



iffiTHUR BRYAN, hr. c, 2, by Woolsthorpe— St. Veronica (E. P. Chambers). Weight today 107. 

7m» 17 Toronto 6-8 1:03* slop 60 114 8 9 10 16* 10*®iMaliou Cbipuiiink, Autumn Maid, Aralla. 

W. II. Mosby entry — ,\r.ilia and Brown Tony. 

THIRD RACE — 3-4 Mile. Canadian-bred 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances. (02.">40— 1:11* — 4 — 

XENOCRATES, b. o, 3, by Havoc — ^Xenia (J. E. Seagram). Weight today 111. 

7;j 16S 'I'oronto 3-4 1:16? slowll-20 107 4 4 4 2i* 2® Olunilt M.ontlieFIoss. Percus’n. A. Summers 

7.5620 'I'oronto 3-4 1:15 fast 10 1 05 9 8 7 5* 4'4 F’brother Caper Sauoe, Cannie Maid, Kelvin. 

71033 Toronto 6i f 1:07? fast 20 103 12 12 12 12 12®' A Reilly BurtG.Lewia, Banyah, Ketcbemlke. 

TABLE BAY, b. f, 3, by Milner — Homelike (Woodstock Stable). Weight today 104. 

75182 Toronto 1 1-4 2:10 fast 40 105 111 3 4'® 4'®*J W M’hySeismlc, Slilmonese, Caiinle Maid. 

75132 Toronto 1 1-16 1:51? fast 34 90 3 2 1 1 2' .3®* Jensen Half a Crown. Bill»erry, A. Whyte. 

•74946 Toronto 1 1-4 2:11 fast 4* 101 3 3 4 1 4® 4'®*Goldstein Seismic, Shimouese, Half a (jrown. 

LDRETTO, ch. m. 5, by Central Trust — Jessamine Porter n. (J. Hurley). Weight today 109. 

7.5663 Toronto 3-4 1:16* slop 20 105 10 10 9 9= 8'®iQ’rlngton Handmaur, S.Dance, E.S.lVhittaker 

7.5020 Toronto 3-4 1:15 fast 15 119 3 112* 7'=4.T Foley Caper Sauce. C/annle Maid, Kelvin. 

712.55 Hamilton 1 1:48 hvy 60 104 5 1 1 1 3* 5'® J ConnellyFlat, Blue Buck, Moonraker. 

64754 Toronto 3-4 1:14* fast 50 104J 6 8 8 8' 9® J DennisonByzantine, Kainerun, Mamie Etta. 

CAPSTAN, ch. g, 4, by Kapanga colt — Andante (R. Davies). Weight today 109. 

7.5<M’2! Toronto 3-4 1:16* slop 40 107 9 5 8 71 7'*1T Rice Handmaur, S.Dance, E.S. Whittaker 

74946 Toronto 1 1-4 2:11 fast 12 119 2 2 3 6 6* 8***T Burns Seismic, Sbimonese, Half a Crown. 

68803 Toronto 1 1-4 2:12? fast 103 1113 12 12 14* 10'®JL Smith Kelvin, Half a Crown, Bilberry. 

64805 Toronto 6 1-2 f 1:06? fast 98 3 3 3 3 * 4'* W M’lcahyPnrslane. Charlie Gilbert. Moccasin 

ARCHIE WHYTE, ch. c. 3, by Derwentwater— Noblec (Valley Farm Stable). Weight today 106. 

75132 Toronto 1 1-16 1:51? fast 15 95 2 3 4 4 4-“ 4'i J Bergen Half a Crown. Billierry. Table Bay. 

74946 Toronto 1 1-4 2:11 fast 3 106 9 9 8 8 7 ' 6'-'"iT Rice Seismic. Sbimonese, Half a Crowii. 

71508 Windsor 6-8 1:03 fast 50 108 9 11 11 10* 10*® Mulcahy Andalusia, Sombrita, Florence T. 

71412 Windsor 6-8 1:02? good 100 98 7 7 7 7 7'® Mulcahy Thurbet. Bewitched, LexingtonI.ady 

PERCUSSION, ch. f, 3, hy Martimas — Spark (Valley Farm Stable). Weight todav 104. 

75108 Toronto 3-4 1:16? slow 15 102 3 2 3 3* I'® T Rice M.ontlieFIoss, Xeuoc’tes, A.Sum’rs 

75030 Toronto 3-4 1:15 fast 40 100 10 10 10 8® 8'®iMulealiy Caper Sauce, (Taunie Maid, Kelvin. 

SCOTCH PEBBLE, ch. f, 4, hy Gold Car — ^Pibroch (John Meagher). Weight today 107. 

74991 Toronto lm 7 Hy 1:47* fast 100 97 10 1 0 11 11 11 11*® J Sehaller Holscber, Lallv, (Jold Note. 

70954 Toronto 1 1-16 1:62 fast 60 114 8 8 8 8 7* 7'® T Rae Ayr Water. Halfcaste, The Globe. 

70S77 Montreal 1 1-8 2:00 hvy 30 97 6 5 5 5 5* 5*® F’brother John Dillon, Rip Rap, Wise Hand. 

SAUCE O’GOLD. ch. f, 3, hy Gamble Orr— Saucy Sally (H. J. Made). Weight today 101. 

74946 Toronto 1 1-4 2:11 fast 100 106 11 11 11 11 11'®11®® Liebert Seismic, Sbimonese. Half a Crown. 

CHINA SHOP, ch. f, 3, by Havoc — Chinka (J. E. Seagram). Weight today 101. 

751.34 Toronto 3-4 1:15* fast 15 162 9 5 8 8' S'®JWatts fbindal. .lane Swift, Criicho d’Or. 

75665 Toronto 1 1-16 1:52? slop 3* 117 4 3 3 3 4*® 4® F’brother Can. .Maid, Slilmonese, .M.ontlieFIoss 

WICKLOW GIRL, h. m. 5. hy Wickham— Gretchen S. (J. O’NeiU, Sr.) Weight today 109. 

76968 Toronto 3-4 1;14§ fast 100 167 12 12 12 12* 11** J J Walsh Photognipher. R. Artillery. Grifleu. 

69072 Toronto 3-4 1:15? fast 107 10 10 10 9® 9** Gaugel Gay Dora, Collision, Bilberry. 

62683 Toronto 3-4 1:15 fast 101 5 6 6 6 6® King Capercailzie, Conspiracy, B. Jeans 

TWO LIPS II,, b. c, 3. hy Two Lips — Queen Galop (J. McKee). Weight today 106. 

74946 Toronto 1 1-4 2:11 fast 150 106 1 2 12 12 12 12* 13®' Perry Seismic, Sbimonese, Half a Crown. 





('lYack reci'rd; 02S’!1 — 


1 :45? 


!— 120.) 




.7.5051) 


Kara Avis 




107. 


. X725 


75101® 


Black Oak 


.1:48? 


Um:. 


. . .720 


75104’ 


.\rasee 


.1:48? 


101. 


. X715 


74so:: 


Senator Barrett 




101. 


. X7L5 


74879 


Complete 


.1:51? 


lol. 


. X 71 .5 


75120 


Aiiuee C 




101 . 


. . .710 


-74.S<«* 


Brother Jonathan 


.1:49 


98. 


...710 


7.50.51 


Heknows 




98. 


. X710 


7.5051 


Banyah 




109. 


.©705 


75101 


Coincident 




100. 


. X705 


74879 


Canada 




103 . 


.©703 


74984) 


Nick Stoner 




ni. 


.X700 


7.5051 


Oriicob 




111. 


...700 


751l!‘» 


-Moutauk 




in . 


. XC90 


74.597 


Fly Ball 




10.'!. 


.. .090 



(74931) 

TolOl 


GockI Luck 

Mis-souri I>ad 


...2;O0» 
. .2:00 


r*. 


.108. 

.10.3. 


. X 725 
. X720 


74:i77 


Beauclere 


..2:12? 


4. 


.im. 


. X715 


749.5(! 


-Master of Craft.... 


. .2:07 


0. 


.lOl. 


...715 


77.101 


Tommy Wadilell . . 


..2:07? 


ti. 


• io«. 


. X715 


742«)* 


Banker 


...2:00? 




. loo. 


. X710 


749.X5® 


Samuel H. Harri.s. . 


0. 


.100. 


.X710 


7.5140= 


Ixird Stanhope .... 


..2:07 


4. 


.105. 


. X7IO 


75101 


Flavigny 


. .2:05? 


r>. 


. 101 . 


. X 705 


751’2:;® 


Troublesome 


3. 


. 94. 


. X7o.-. 


74917 


Palette 


..2:07? 


7^ 


. 90 


. X70II 


7.50:!1 


Killiecrankie 


. .2:05 


4. 


. !H!. 


. X700 


751 ’2;: 


Bolando 






. !H!. 


. .09 5 


75123 


Alinandlne 






. H.*>. 





Sixth Race— 5-8 Mile. 
2-year-olds. Allowances. 
(Track record: 2S50I -.5!)? 3—90.) 



Third Race — 5-8 Mile. 
Criterion Stakes. $:!,(hk) added. 
2-year-olds. Fillies. .Mlowanees. 

I Track record: 28.501 — .593 — 3 — 96.) 
7.5029® FIELD MOUSE 11! 



(7.5001) Fitz Herbert 

749;Ji>* Uncle Jim 

7.5002* Voodoo 

(74204) Witching Hour 

7G147 .Sir John 

'riie figures under “Ree.’ 



. . :.59* 122..V7.M1 

112..©74ii 

UM 7:3.. 

..1:05 107.... 725 

107 7’J.5 

In above entries show 



the best time made by the horse at the distance 
since Jauuar.v 1. I960. This time is not necessarily 
made by a winner. It may be the estimated time 
of a losing performauce. 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 

FIRST RACE — About 3-4 Mile. (165 feet short.) All Ages. Handicap. (0.S931 — 1:085—5 — 122.) 



Index Course DlstTlmeT’ckOdds Wt St H % StrFln Jockeys Best (Company. 

ROSEBEN, h. g, 7, by Ben Strome— Rose Leaf (D. C. Johnson). Weight today 136. 

75166 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:10 slow 13-5 130 4 2 2 2-’ Ink Nolter Berry.Maid, Kingt'obalt, Big CUief. 

74983 Belmont 3-4 1:13? fast 8-5 132 4 2 2 2* 2® Shaw Royal Tourist. Pantonfle, Earl G. 

74914 Belmont 6* f 1:21* slop 2 129 2 2 2 3*i 3®i Shaw Prl.sellllan, King Cobalt, Roslmlro. 

74876 Belmont 3-4 1:15 slop 8-5 140 1 11 1® 1* Shaw Aletbeuo, King Sol, Adriana. 

BABY WOLF, br. g, 4, by Hamburg — (?sishs (H. P. Whitney). Weight today 123. 

75679 Belmont 7-8 1:27 slop 1 122 111 1 Ik 2* E Dugan L.P.Daley. PeterQuince, T.Bonero. 

74825 Belmont 3-4 1:11? fair 4* 118 5 4 4 2k 2“k F Dugan BerryMaid, Restlgouche, K. James. 

74712 Jamaica 5? f 1:07 good 7-5 126 5 2 2 2* 2® E Dugan Ilorace E., Grimaldi, Blue Heron. 

fl640 Jamaica 3-4 1:14 fast 4 119 2 11 I'J 1* E Dugan Dreamer, BatMasterson, Handzarra 

WATERBURY, blk. g, 4, by Watercress — Queen Bess (R. F. Carman). Weight today 93. 



75106 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:10 slow 13-5 130 4 2 2 2-’ Ink Nolter 

74983 Belmont 3-4 1:13? fast 8-5 132 4 2 2 2* 2® Shaw 

74914 Belmont 6* f 1:21* slop 2 129 2 2 2 3*i 3®i Shaw 

74876 Belmont 3-4 1:15 slop 8-5 140 1 1 1 1® 1* Shaw 

BABY WOLF, br. g, 4, by Hamburg — (?eishs (H. P. Whitney). 
75679 Belmont 7-8 1:27 slop 1 122 111 1 Ik 2* E Dugan 

74825 Belmont 3-4 1:11? fair 4* 118 5 4 4 2k 2“U K Dugan 

74712 Jamaica 5? f 1:07 good 7-5 126 5 2 2 2* 2® E Dugan 

ri640 Jamaica 3-4 1:14 fast 4 119 2 11 1*4 1* E Dugan 



75106 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:16 slow 2(X» 16 »> 5 

72716 S. Anita 6* f 1 :20* hvy 7-5 106 1 

72662 S. Anita 5-8 1:00* fast 3? 123 7 

72644 S. Anita 6? f 1:47* fast 2 112 3 

♦Dead heat. 



6J 7'®iMaboney Roseben, Berry Maid. King CotMit. 
IJ 5* G Burns Geo. S. Davis, Ed Ball, Gallavant. 

7* 3® G Burns Creston, Preen, Rey Hindoo. 

1* 1*® G Burns Rapid Water, Mary F., Sir Edward. 



IJ 5* G Burns 



DE MUND, ch. c, 4, hy Goldfinch — Graciosity (P. J. Rainey). 
75100 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:10 slow 3 1 25 6 .’! 4 4k 5'“.1W Mil 

71060 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:12 slop 13-20 129 2 1 1 IJ 3* Nlcol 

70986 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:10? slop 2 126 1 111* 1* Nlcol 

70756 Sheeps’d 3-4 1:13? fast 4 122 4 2 2 2* 1» Notter 



Weight today 122. 
Her Roseben, Berry Maid. King Cobalt. 
Ch.Hayes, Klng’sDanghter, Keator. 
Chief Hayes, Number One, Keator. 
r BenBan. BrokdaleNymph, C.ltaeaa. 



6T0NE KING, b. c, 3, hy Kapanga colt — ^Primrose Dame (W. Ceder). 



75020 Toronto 



3-4 1:15 fast 100 106 6 



Weight today 106. 



S 10 10®»jJ:is Hogg Caper Kmee, Cannie Maid, Kelvin. I • 



HARRY GRABALL. ch. g. 3, by Wickham- Yfema K. (C. Crew). 



Weight today 103. 



71008 Toronto 5J f 1:10 fast 15 112 4 4 4 4 4*® V I’owers Qannle.Maid, Excise, ArchleWhyte. 

First start for the following: 

ONAPING, b. h, 5, by Billetto— Mythday (R. Neville). Weight today 111. 

ANTRIM MAA, b. f, 3, by Martimas— Locust Blossom H. (T. A. Woods). Weight today 101. 

J. R. Seagram entry — China Shop and Xenoerates. 

V.illey Farm Stable entry — Perciissbn and Archie Whyte. 

FOURTH RACE— 1 Mile and 70 Yards, 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (0.8901— l:4fi-4—10s.) 

EX. DORADO, eh. e, 4, by Ethelbert— Dorotheo (C. C. Smithaon). Weight today 104. 

75014 Toronto lm70y 1:47? fast 8-5 105 5 ;{ i i i« ]s i-Yaneis Campaigner. St.llario, lusp. Purvis. 

34715 Pimilco 1 1 :S0 hvy 9-6 118 3 11 1 1* 1* McCahey Lady Isabel, Goes Fast, Oroonoka. 

74647 PinUtoo 1 1:4S| hvy 16-6 99 4 4 3 I }* S*| J Beixen Cock Sure, Bdcelj, Halscber. 



Weight today 111, 
Weight today 101. 



BUNG COBALT, br. c, 3, by Cesari on— Estelle Whitney (Brownleigh Park Stable). Weight today 110. 
75172 G’veseiul -Ab:!-4 1:09? fast 18-5 126 5 4 3 2J 2J R McDun’lRoslmiro, Bouquet, Cohort. 

7.5100 G’vesend Ab.3-4 1:10 slow 5 111 7 4 3 3® 3=* .McCaliey Roseben. Berry Maid. Big Chief. 

74914 Belmont 6* f 1:21* slop 3 102 5 3 4 4 2'J D McC’thy Priscilllan, Roseben, Roslmlro. 

74860 Belmont 3-4 1:08? fast 12 106 C 6 6 6* 3'J D McC’thy Jack Atkin, KingJames, BerryMaid 

PANTOUFLE, br. m, 6. hy Ben Brush — ^Faiiy Slipper (Mias A. K. Karrone). Weight today 109. 

74983 Belmont 3-4 1:13? fast 12 114 2 3 4 3) 3®* R McDan’lRoyal Tourist, Roseben, Earl G. 

74822 Belmont 7-8 1:28* fair 3 117 2 2 2 2 2* 4® J Bergen ZIenap, Gowan, Fancy. 

MINNIE ADAMS, b. m, 5, hy Cesar ion — Bretxel (F. Cook). Weight today lOG. 

74450 Aqueduct 3-4 1:13* fast 8 119 4 5 6 6® 6'® Nlcol Aletbeuo, Oxford, Colonel Jack. 

71549 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:48? fast 2* 124 3 2 2 2 Ik 2* Nlcol Orphan Lad. ZIenap, Castlewood. 

71493 Belmont 1 3-16 1:59? fast 13-6 107 1 1 1 1 1* 1* W Miller Sea Wolf, Miss Crawford. 

71383 Belmon t 1 1:38 fast 15 106 2 3 3 2 5* 6® R McDan’lD.Spanker, MasterRobert, McCarter 

PARKVIEW, b. f. 3, by Hamburg— Morningside (W. F. Mathews). Weight today 102. 

75170 G’vesend Ab3-4 1:09 fast 8 97 3 1 1 Ik 2? E Dugan Don Enrique, Jacobite. J. B. Brady 

74959 Belmont 1 1:39? fast 8-5 96 1 1 1 l I'J i»j t Koemer Jersey Lightning, Whip Top, Gowan 

74912 Belmont 7? f 1:34* slop 18-5 100 1 1 1 1 1* 1* D McC’thyColoBel Jack. Aletbeuo. 

74735 Jamaica 3-1 1:13 fast 6 108 1 5 6 6 6"JC Koemer Golden Pearl, Big Chief, Roslmlro. 

BELLWETHER, br. c. 3. by Wodsthorps F avor Bella (W. F. Mathews). Weight today 98. 

74917 Belmont 1 1:43 slop 1 91 5 2 2 1 Ik 2* T Koemer Ix>rd Stanhope, Druid, Obert. 

74809 Belmont 1 1:41* slop 3 90 3 1 1 i i® i® T Koemer (lhantilly, N. Stoner. LordStanbope. 

74506 Pimlico Ab 3-4 1 :13? fast 6 106 1 1 2 2* 2* C Koemer Botanist. Giles, Billie Hibbs. 

74179 Benning 3-4 1:20| mud 2 156 2 3 5 6' 6 " Mr J O'B’nF. Bird, Beggarman, J. Oawford. 

GOLD LADY, b. f, 4, by Goldcrest— Lady Himmel (A. L. Ante). Weight today 113. 

71823 Aqueduct 1 1:39? fast 6 112 9 9 8 7 6k 6*J Must’ve Purslane, Don Enrique, Klllaloe. 

71741 Aqueduct 1 1-8 1:52 good 5 109 9 8 8 7 6k 6* Musgr’ve Ballot, B’kdale Nymph, Mci^ter. 

71«7 Belmont 1 1-« 1«| fMt44ll5 8S4 I 4 4*W fhust. Tmuuu*, KlUalae. 



I 




PRIDAvl 



DitIti'SI KtCIKO !FdKtt. 



OKEVITE, ok. (,_i, by Hutinga — Orinite (E. W. Eaffnor). 



7iV)R« Belmont 7-S 1:271 slop 3J 
74072 F.Gr’nds 1 1-16 1:47J fast 30 
73994 F.Gr’nds 1 3-16 2:00 fast 50 
73915 City Park 7-8 l:2Sg good 30 



105 6 4 4 3 Ih I'J Laug 

110 2 9 9 9 8> 9*ojC Heury 

101 4 7 5 5 6ii 6‘» C Heiirv 

104 13 13 13 1.3 112 ii=2JC Henry 



BAT KASTERBON, ch. c, 4, by Frankfort— TaaosMt (1C. L. gohwarts). 

751p G’vf.send Al>3 1 I :»•• fast 12 Ml « <» ;» y S'^J.Slireve hmi 

74860 Belmont 3-4 l:08g fast 20 97 8 8 9 9 9>‘iGarner Jack 

74523 Jamaica 3-4 1:12| fast 6 100 3 2 2 2J 5® D McC’thy Bed 

71856 Aqueduct 6Jfl:20 fast 4} 104 3 2 3 4‘ 4^} Musgr’ve Hesi 

^IICBER, b. h, 5, by Ogden— Lola A. (H. P. Whitney). 

6.;ifw Sheep. Bay 6i f 1:19 fast 4-3 112 2 3 2 2* 1* Radtke Rost 

574.'.8 Sheep. Bay 7-8 1:26 good 11-5 116 5 3 2 3 3‘ 2‘ Lyne YanI 

BATSMAN, ch. c, 3, by Bathampton — ^Darebelle (7. H. McCormick). 

7::9*U; tllty Park 3-4 1:13 fast 100 97 7 lajst rider. Sumter Hvp 

73SC3 ('ity Park 3-4 1:17| mud 40 101 7 7 6 6* 6'2 Sumter Keal 

73774 City Park 6i f l:06g fast 15 92 10 8 8 8* 8‘*lSumter E T 



Weight today 100. 
Pontoon, Geo. O. Hall, .Mmandine. 
TeoBeacb, Funiculnlre, J. Simpson. 
Gilpin, Goldway, Hooray. 

Lotus Edtcr, J. Simpson, M,Stronie. 



RAinTEL H, HARRIS, b. h, 6 , by Sir Walter — I.indula (F, H. SolliTan). 



Weight today 96. 



9 S'^lshreve him Mnyii|ue. I’arkvi<?w, .laeobite. 

9 9'*iGarner Jack.Vtkln, KingJames. KiugCobalt 

2J 5* D McC’thy Red River, Restigouche, Rialto. 

41 4t| Musgr’ve Hessian, Saif rage. Lad of Langden. 
ney). Weight today 118. 

2* 1‘ Radtke Roseben, Handzarra, Watergrass. 

3‘ 2‘ Lyne YankeeConsnl, Whimsical, Pegasus. 

, H, McCormick). Weight today 92. 

der. Sumter Hyperion II., IlastyAgnes, Colloquy 

6* 6'2 .Sumter Keator, Goldproof, Ralbert. 

8* 8‘*lSumter E.T.Slilpp, ToyBoy, .Momentum. 

r (J. Sheridan). Weight today 107. 



SARAH RASQUIN, hr. f, 3, by Ingoldsby — Rose May (J. Sheridan). Weight today 107. 

k'irtt start. 

H. P, WhitU'ey entry — Ikihy Wolf and Timber. 

W. P. Mathews <mtry — Bellwether ami I'arkview. 

SECOND RACE — 1 1-16 Miles. 3-year-olds. Selling. (C2.S.31— 1 :4."i3— .3— 120.) 

RARA AVIS, br. c, 3, by St. George — Hundley (J. W, McClelland). Weight today 107. 

7sj.,l Bi-Imont 7-S 1:26 fast 4J lin 3 3 3 3 li 1* E Dugan Chaplet, Almee C.. Bauyah. 

i484e Belmont 3-4 1:14 fast 12 99 1 2 2 1>> IJ E Dugan Prizette, Hareourt, Carrollton. 

G437 Belmont 7-8 1:26 fast 10 100 8 G 5 4 5?. 6*2 Sumter .Mmee C., Jane Swift, St. Ilarlo. 

706 1 2 Saratoga 3-4 1:14* fast 8 99 3 7 7 CJ 6^i Sandy Chulita, Keep .Moving, Antaeus. 

BLACK OAK. blk. c, 3, by Flying Lemur — Black Poplar (P. S. P. Randolph), Weight today 106. 

i.itoi G’ve.st nd 1 1-16 1:47* slow 12 86 9 5:! 2 4^ :p.t Leaeli Hyiieriou II., Roi'kstone. Poterne. 

(49.56 Belmont 1 1:43* fast 2 134 6 1 3 3 3>i 2n .Mr J T’kerUiotJrande, Antaeus, .Mast, of Craft 

74772 Belmont 3-4 1:11* fast 1-2 100 4 4 4 4 4'2 Musgrave King James, Fair Play. Jacobite. 

74571 Jamaica 3-4 1:13 fast 7 99 6 5 5 4*> 3*i D McC’thy Masquerade, Aletheuo, Horace E. 

ARASEE, b. g, 3. by Blues — Bunch (S. Emery). Weight today 101. 

75104 G’ve.send Ab3-4 1:10* slow 7 9T. 7 6 5 32 3* Gilbert James B. Brady. Besom. Frlzette. 

74979 Belmont 3-4 1:12* fast 18-3 96 4 4 4 2* 2* Gilbert Frlzette, Adriana, Imitator. 

74843 Belmont 1 1:39* fast 4 88 3 1 2 2 5 5'* J Bergen Juggler. Grapple, Rye. 

SENATOR BARRETT, ch. c, 3, by Ogden— Bremen (W. A. McKinney). Weight today 101. 

74so:! IMImiiiit 7-S 1:28 Bust 10 88 2 9 9 8 81* 82» Francis Troublemaker, R<M-kstone. T. Dolan 

74i;3;« .luinaica ::-4 1:14* goixl 30 98 3 1 1 4'J 8“ D MctVtliy Grimaldi, Jane Swift. Sandal. 

73997 .S. .^nila 5* f 1:06 fast 30 102 4 4 4 4 ’ 5'* Kraemer H. M. Frv. Booger Red, All Alone. 

7:'945 S. Anita .54 f 1 :o7* slow 4 107 5 2 2 4 ’ 6’« C H Shil’glbs.ger Red, E.M.Fry, All Alone. 

COMPLETE, ch. f, 3, by Comput^Reginella (H. L. Leo). Weight today 101. 

74879 Belmont 7 S 1:28* slop 15 lul 1 :: .5 5 58 6".l Slimier I’laek.slieep. Obert. Haiiyali. 

74787 Bebiioiit 1 1:42* bvy 3J 110 2 4 3 3 4 3‘i McCahey /ienap. Royal Lady, Beckon. 



74979 Belmont 
74843 Belmont 



3-4 1:12* fast 18-3 96 
1 1:39* fast 4 88 



COMPLETE, ch. f, 3, by Comput^Reginella (H. L. Lee). 

74879 Belmont 7 S 1:28* slop 15 lul 1 :: 5 5 58 ti“.l Sii 



74787 Bebiioiit 1 1:42* bvy 3i 

74549 .lamaica 1 1-16 1:51 slow 6 
74:3)0 Jamaica 11-16 1:48 fast .50 



AIMEE C., b. f. 3, by Watercolor — Maidea Poem (F. J. Farrell). Weight today 101. 

Ale! 4 1 :u9* fast 6 97 5 4 5 4’ 4"’ (biriier McCarter. T.MfSiraUi. DotiEiiriiiue. 

7-S 1:26 fast 1 liiit 111 1 2'* 3^1 Musgrave Rara .Avis. Chaplet, Banyah. 

Cif 1:20* last 8-5 97 4 1 1 28 21 Garner LadofLangden, Corncob. 'T. Waddell 

3-4 1:14* fast 1 95 9 4 1 38 6** D McC’thyJaneSwlft, BadNews, M. .Antony II. 

NATHAN, ch. g, 3, by Yankee— Sister Mary (T. W, Coulter). Weight today 98. 

1 1 16 1:49 slop 5 92 6 2 4 2 28 4* Sumler Tom Ikilan. l>'.\rkli“, Keator. 

1 116 1:47* fast C 88 8 6 6 4 5’i 5’J Sumter Druid. Chantillv, .Savior. 

1116 1:49 fast 7 I'ki 7 5 5 3 2’ 1« D .McC’thy Rosario, Twigs. Fly' Ball. 

3-4 1:15 slow 8 108 6 4 2 5’ 6’® Finn Sainesaw, Shad. Glance, L.Corinne. 

g, 3, by Heuo— Intrepidity (T. W. Coulter). Weight today 98. 

7-S 1:26 fast 7 Iihi 4 4 4 4 131 7’UGarner Kara .Avis. Chaplet, .Aimee C. 

5* f 1:06* fast 7 97 7 8 7 71 6‘* Garner Big Ben, Incognito, Rockstone. 

3-4 1:13* fast 5 98 7 5 5 5* .5®J D .McC'thy t*. Marguerite. BigBen, Ilyperlonll. 

3-4 1:14* fast 6 100 6 4 3 3J 3* D McC’thy Blaoksheep, Hareourt, Ida D. 

c, 3, by Bannockburn — Winyah (Beverwyck Stable). Weight today 109. 

7-S 1:26 fast 15 103 5 5 5 5 5* 4'.1 D McC’tliy Rara .Avis, Chaplet. Aimee C. 

1 1:43 slop 8 98 3 1 1 2 21 5*i Garner Ixird Stanhope. Bellwether, Druid. 

7-8 1:28* slop 10 109 8 4 3 4 48 3" C Koerner Blacksheep, Obert, Bonnie Alan. 

b. f, 3. by On Deck — La Cheviot (J. McFadden). Weight today 106. 

1 1-16 I;4T* slow lul 8 6 6 6 1- 9‘t j) Mcp'thy H.vp)'riun II.. R)K-k.<lone. BlackOak 

3-4 1:13* hvy 50 89 14 15 15 15 15 Brannon Ten.byCourtes.v, Pontoon, CrackShot 

3-4 1 :15| good 10 95 8 4 2 2’1 3* II Alex Kenipton. t.'ock Sure, Trackless. 

5-8 1 :02§ fa.st 20 100 11 11 8 7*1 6* J J Walsh BillieHlbbs, Takbu. Tillinghast. 

3, by Fatherlessi — Eolld* (L. A. Colla). Weight today 103. 

7 s 1:28* slop 25 98 3 7 7 7 7- 7” |) Miii'idiy BlackslDiep, 01»ert, Baiiyab. 

3 4 1:14* fast 12 93 5 6 6 7* 5*J Sumter Jam^Swift, BadNews, M..Anton.v II. 

li 4 1:15* fast 8 89 10 lo 10 10 9**?.J Bergen Troublemaker, Big Chief, Sadler. 

i 3-4 1:14 fast 11-5 113 3 4 5 48 3' .1 I.ee Bess Ward. Ida May. Orlandot. 

, ch. c, 3, by Clifford — Barbarina (D. Kelly). Weight today ill. 

I 1:42 fast 2 llu 2 2 1 1- 1- Garner Cba|dcl, .Monocle, Gr. I5imen>u. 

1 1:41* slop 7 95 6 :: 2 2 2^ 3*1 .Mcl'aliey Bellwetlier, Chantilly, L. Stanhope. 

7-S 1:26* fast 4 111 10 8 6 6 6’ 4* (' KiHTiier Bonnie Alan, Imitator. Dial plate. 

3-4 1:13* fast 4* 112 13 13 13 7* 4'®JC Grand Hambro, R. and Round, Dr.Simrall 

c, 3, by Nasturtium — Cornelia (E. L. Norton). Weight today 111. 

7 8 1:26 fast 7 !u.‘ 2 2 2 2 :!8 6" .1 Lee Kara Avis. Chaplet. .Aimee C. 

61 f 1:20* fast 10 1u4 :: 5 3 3* 3-’ K McDan’lL.ofLangden, AimeeC., T. Waddell. 

7-8 1:28 fast 10 98 10 5 .5 3 5* r>'' Marshall Troublemaker. Rockstoue, T. Dolan 



4 3®i McCahey /ienap. Royal Lady, Beckon. 

18 2* 1> McC’tliy. Alauda. Gootl Luck, D’.Arkle. 
3’ 4* Jensen Pretension, Saylor, Drnid. 



•ml Al.;: 4 1 :u9* fust 



7.5051 Belmont 
749-54 Belmont 
74.373 Aqueduct 



7-S 1:2*6 fast 1 
Ci f 1 :20* fast 8-5 
3-4 1:14* fast 1 



BROTHER JONATHAN, ch. g. 3, by Yankee 



74X9'.( li. liiiiiiit 


1 1 16 1 :49 slop 


5 




r, 


'J, 


4 


74752 .lamaica 


1 1 16 1:47* fast 


6 




8 


G 


6 


74597 .lamaica 


1 1 16 1:49 fast 


7 




7 


5 




71813 Aqueduct 


3-4 1:15 slow 


8 


108 


6 




4 


HEKNOWS, b. 


g, 3, by Heuo— Intrepidity 


(T. \ 


750.51 liclniciil 


7-S 1:26 fast 


7 


PHI 


4 


4 


4 


747.36 .lamaica 


5* f 1 :06* fast 


7 


97 


7 




8 


74.'’.95 Jamaica 


3-4 1:13* fast 


5 


98 


7 




5 


74401 Aqueduct 


3-4 1:14* fast 


6 


100 


6 




4 


BANYAH. ch. 


c, 3, by Bannockburn- 


—Winyah 


7.5ik5l Hclniont 


7-S 1:26 fa.st 


15 


103 


5 


5 


5 


74917 Belmont 


1 1 :43 slop 


8 


98 


3 


1 


i 


74879 Belmont 


7-8 1:28* slop 


10 


109 


8 


4 


3 


COINCIDENT. 


b. f, 3, by On Deck- 


—La Cheviot 


7.' 101 Gv.scn.l 


1 1-16 1:47* slow 




Ml 


X 


r» 


6 


747.X6 Belmont 


3-4 1:13* hvy 


ftO 


S9 


14 




15 ] 


74532 Pimlico 


3-4 1 :15| good 10 


95 


8 




4 


74.’’-55 Pimlico 


5-8 1 :02* fa.st 


20 


100 11 




11 



CANADA, b. g, 3, by Fatherless— Eolld* (L. A. Celia). 



74."'79 Bclimiiil 
74:!73 .Aiiiiedm-t 
74340 Aqueduct 
74093 K. Grounds 



7 8 1:28* slop 25 98 3 

3 4 1:14* fast 12 93 5 

8 4 1:15* fast 8 89 10 

3-4 1:14 fast 11-5 113 3 



LADY HUBBARD, b. f, 2, by Yankee 



7.5147 Gravesi-ml 5.V f 1 :us fast 6 99 6 U 4 4- 2>J Slircvc B. Beaumont. N.Baby. Prim. league 

7;i 02*9 Belmont 4J f 51* fast 40 112 4 4 .5* r>'*JSIireve 'rraiice, Melisande. Field Mouse. 

74980 Belmont 5-8 l:Oo* fast 5 lu7 8 11 11 11 7*.J Garner Bobbin. Star Thistle, The Robin. 

74896 Belmont 41 f .5.3* slop 2* 1U5 7 8 78 8"**Shreve Font, 'fUe Pippin. Queen Eleanor. 

LADY SELINA, ch. f, 2, by Salvator — Lela Dell (H. B. Duryea). Weight today 114 

7r-»j9 Belmont 41 f 51* fast 40 112 8 X 7* 7'- l» MeC’tliy Trance. Melisande. Field Mouse. 

74824 Belmont 45 f 52* fair 10 119 6 6 6 r.’“lMcol Field .Mouse, .Melissa, Ladylliibbard 

First start for the following: 

HAMMERLESS, ch. f, 2, by Hamburg — Trigger (F. Johnson). Weight today 114. 

COTYTTO, b. f, 2. by Solitaire II. — The Peeress (A. B. Spreckels). Weight today 114. 

FOURTH RACE — 1 1-16 Miles. Parkway Handicap. 3-year-olds and upward. (02.S;il — 1 :4."ii 3 120.) 



51 f 1 :us fast 6 99 6 

45 f 51* fast 40 112 4 

5-8 1:00* fast 5 lu7 8 

45 f .5.3* slop 2* 1U5 7 



U 4 4- 2‘5 Slireve 

4 .5* r.’*.lSIireve 

11 11 11 7*.) Garner 

8 78 8’“5Shreve 



74982 Belmont 1 1 16 1:45* fast 8 122 6 7 6 

73014 S. Anita 1 1-4 2:05 fast 7-10 128 4 5 2 

72*906 Oakland 1 1-4 2:10* slop 2* 128 1 1 1 



72*906 Oakland 1 1-4 2:10* slop 2* 128 1 1 1 1 1* l» E Duga 
SPOONER, ch. c, 3, by Peep o'Day — Flirtineer (F. B. Lemaire). 

7. I7U <i v. send .Ab3 4I:u9 fa.st 10 102 9 8 8 7= 7’! Mu.sgr'v 



74843 Belmont 1 1:39* fast 2 103 2 2 1 

74770 Belmont 1 1 :38* fast 25 99 6 8 8 

74ta«5 Jamaica 1 1- 16 1 :48* hvy 3 106 2 1 1 



.Jamaica 1 1- 16 1 :48< hvy 3 106 2 1 1 1 3‘ 3** Hotter Faust, Light Wool, 

FIFTH RACE — 1 1-4 Miles. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (7.5UK!— 2:tM* — ;{ — 10<!.) 



GOOD LUCK, b. h, 5. by Sandringham — Focketpiece (M. H. Tichenor). Weight today KV8. 

74931 Belmont 1 1-S l:50g hvy 3 llo 3 4 4 :: 3» 1>> R McDan'l.Salvidere, MaslerofCraft, Ellisdale. 

74862 Belmont 1 1 -8 1 :54* fast 12 110 7 6 3 3 3'* 2“k R McDan’iBlue Book, M.ofCraft. Old lloiiestv. 

74773 Belmont 11-16 1:47 fa.st 20 114 8 8 8 7 7‘» 6’* C Koerner Blandv. Bad .News M.mfiM t. 

7454# Jamaica 11-16 1:51 slow 7 113 3 4 4 4 38 3»1 R McDan'lAlanda, Complete. D*ArVle. 

MISSOURI LAD, b. g, 5, by Top Gallant — ^MaiK^rat Allan (F. Cook). Weight today 103, 

7.51UI G’vesen.1 1 1 16 1 :47* slow 6 100 1 7 8 8 8= 6”: tlillM-rt Ilypi-rion II.. IbK-kstone. BlackOak 

74917 Belmont 1 1:4;! slop 20 99 10 10 9 9 8’* 6* Mayer I»rd Stanhope, Bellwether, Druid. 

71064 Jamaica 1 1-4 2:06| fast 4 103 6 7 5 5 4 * 4’*JE Dugan BadNew*. Smil.Tom, P.andNeedles 

71402 Belmont 1 3-4 3:00* fast 12-6 126 2 2 2 3 3‘ 3”iNieol MissCrawford. LaneAllen. Pr.Chlng 

BEAUCLERE, b. g, 4, by Salvator— Pbida (J. V. Lamain). Weight today 103, 

745*77 Aqueduct I 1:41 fa.st 8 10,3 7 7 7 7 7 7^5 D McCthyBlandv. Pretension, Maznma. 

72053 Banning 3 6:39 fast 3-2 104 5 3 3 1 1« 1® O Swain Ironsides. Banker. Right Royal. 



72017 Bennlng 2 1-4 4:06 fast 4* 94 2 1 1 1 1« 1* G Swain Ironsides. Right Roysl, Banker. 

71943 Bennlng 1 1-2 2:46 slop 0-6 103 2 2 2 3 3’* 3* Notter R’t Royal, P.andNeedles, P.Dalley 

master of craft, ch. h, 6 , by Paraeknta— JQt (P. S. P. Randaloh). Weight today 101. 



740.56 Belmont 1 1:43* fast 2* 149 8 7 5 4 48 4* Mr J O 

74931 Belmont 11-8 1:55* hvy 4 110 4 2 1 1 IJ 3«i D McC 

74862 Belmont 1 1-8 1:.54| fast 8 113 1 4 5 5 4= 3* G Burn 

TOmiY WADDELL, h. *. S. by Mogian— Frantic (M. Clancy). 
75101 G’vesend 1 1-16 1 :47* slow 4 lOS 7 8 7 7 6’i T'^JMiisgra' 

75063 Belmont 1 1:39* fast 2 114 4 2 2 2 IJ 2’ Miisgra’ 

75007 Belmont 1 1:40 fast 4 112 2 4 3 3 3» 2»k &lusgrai 

74904 Belmont 6| f 1;20| fast 15 118 8 7 0 C» 4* Musgra’ 

BAMKER. b. h. 6 . by Balvidera— Ladlj HanbiRraa (A. Makaa). 
74269 Bennlng ImlOOy 1:53 fast S-5 110 r, t, .5 r, 48 2' Brussel 

74207 Henning 1 1-8 2:02 fast 9-10 110 3 3 3 3 18 Brussel 

74117 Bennlng ImlOOy 1:49 good 12 llO 3 9 9 C 4® 3*) Brussel 

71063 Bennins 3 6:31 fMt 7 107 1 2 4 4 «• 3» Bniasel 



74935 Belmont 1 1:41* hvy 12 105 3 5 6 5 5 ’ 3‘ Garner 

74881 Belmont 1 1:42* slop 8 100 9 11 9 9 6* 5’i Shrove 

74827 Belmont 11:41 fair 10 98 12 12 12 11 11® 7® J Bergen 

71708 .lamaica 1 1-16 1:49* good 15 100 7 6 6 7 6® 5’J Brussel 

LORD STANHOPE, h. g, 4, by Stanhopn XL— Lnrato (C. F, Olazk). 

751 46 tl’ve.soiiil 1 1-8 1 :;5.3» fast 6 106 2 3 3 3 ;!'.'. 2'.'. W lillllcr 

75O07 Belmont 11:40 fast 20 117 5 5 4 4 O®' 5»' Henry 

74917 Belmont 1 1:43 slop 15 100 9 9 8 6 5i» 1> C Henry 

74881 Belmont 1 1:42| slop 12 101 8 6 5 5 5® 4®i Henry 

FLAVIGNY, br. m, 5, by Bastings— Flayla (B. B. Waifclas). 

75101 G’vesend 1 1-16 1:17* slow 40 104 10 10 10 9 9® 8’® Delalw 

74098 F. Grounds 1 1-8 1:34* fast 5 108 6 6 5 8 7J 4* Delaby 

73994 F.Gr’nds 1 3-16 2:00 fast 17 103 6 3 4 4 4® 4** Delaby 

73841 City Park 1 1-8 1:591 mud 6 102 3 3 3 2 2* 2® S Flynn 

TROUBLESOME, ch. c, 3, by Plaifndes Sonbratts IL (J. L. MeG 
7 il2:t G’vescnd 1 1-16 m8 fa.st 10 lOX 9 10 10 10 6’ 3’.’. Notter 

74899 Belmont 1 I-I6 1:48 slop 8 97 4 4 2 6 6 6=^ Gamer 

74768 Belmont 7-8 1:26* fast 3* 111 9 7 7 5 5J 6‘i Notter 

74661 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:52 mud 20 97 4 3 4 3 3® 3® D McC’th 



Wsight today 106. 



5’ 3* Garner Rockstone, Pontoon. Rye. 

6* 5®i Shrove Masaniello, Chantilly, Auiinus. 

11® 7® J Bergen Zal, Rot'kstuiie. Tommy Waddell. 
6® 5’J Bnissel Troublemaker, S.Toddington, Druid 
I (0. F. dark). Wsight today 106. 

.: i 2'i \\ sillier BadNews. Masaniello, Idttle. Maid 
5® 5® Henry Zieiuip, Tommy Waddell, Far West 
5i» 1* C Henry Bellwether, Drnid, Obert. 

5® 4®i Henry Masaniello, Chantilly, Animus. 

Weight today 101. 

9® 8’® Delatg- H.vperion II., Rockstone. BlackOak 
7J 4* Delaby L. Macfarlan, Royal Ben, Druid. 

4* 4*i Delaby Gilpin, Goldway, Hooray. 

2* 2® S Flynn Quagga, Creel, Gilpin, 
n. (J. L. MeGiznds). Weight today 94 . 

6’ 3’1 Notter Home Again, York. Beau. Bulaudo. 
6 6=1 Gamer Tom Dolan. D’Arkle, Keator. 



5J 6*J Notter . Bonnie Alan, Imitator Dial-nlate 

74661 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:52 mud 20 97 4 3 4 3 3® 3® D McC’thy Berkeley, Tilelng, Pins and Needfra 

PALETTE, b. m, 7, by Ben Brush — Bonnie Lee (M. Byrnes). Weight todav 96 

-ivcl S S'l I ^ 7i 7® McCahey I.ord Stanhope, Bellwether, Druid. 

(486.5 Belmont 1-8 1:28 fast 'jO 99 9 8 7 7 7® 7®® Fnerst Troublemaker Rockstone T Dolan 

71062 G’vesend 1 1-8 1:59* slop 40 93 5 5 5 5 6 4’® Jos Hogg Rye, PSTky LaX 

70717 Em. City 1 3-16 2:01* fast 3| 90 2 3 3 3 3’i 3’ W Ott K.of the Valley, Braicas, Woolstone. 

KILLIECRANKIE, ch. f, 4, by Kilmarnock— KUdeer (W, C. Daly). Weight todav 96 

(-1O.51 Belmont 1 1-16 1:46 fast 15 93 :i 4 4 5 5 5®’ E Dugan Juggler Master Rol>ert Berkelev 

1 1 1C V-aH ^ ^ I K •' ^y®**'* -MaMniello, Chantilly, Animus. 

Belmont 1 1-16 1.46* fast 90 5 6 6 6 6® 6’®*G Lynch Berkeley, Rifleman, Oxford 

(4(51 Jamaica 1 1-16 1 :47* fast 20 99 4 5 5 5 5’® 3® W Burns Prisclllian, ZIenap, Royal I.ady. 

}>y„Altamax — Ella Boland (T. F. Fitzgerald). Weight today 96. 

-vLw « ^ .5 6 6 5 46 4® J Lee Home Again, Y.Beau, Troiible.some. 

(.)008 Belmont (-8 1:27 fast 15 1 04 5 6 5 5 5* 4® J Lee P.Qulnce York Beau Geo G Hn’l 

74879 Belmont 7-8 1:28* slop 50 106 7 8 8 9 8® 8»« Virgo Blacks^p O^rt Ban^ii ' ” ' 

74473 Aqueduct 6* f 1:22 fast 7 106 6 3 2 2* 3®J D McC’tby Jane S^ft, oS. Winning Star. 

Ruby — Nayada (F. J. Farrell). Weight todav 85. 

--(\*> ^ ^-'2 ! 1-s r“ ^ ^ ^ ^'* '’■ ’Sanier Home Again, Y.Beau. Trotrltlesome. 

-i-M l^jmont ^-8 1:..* slop o S!» 3 3 2 4 4= 4®i Mayer Okenite, Pontoon. Gjh). G. Hall. 

Belmont (-8 1:26* fast 5 110 5 4 4 4 46 7=1 Sliaw Bonnie Alan. Imitator Dial-nlate 

(4o9( Jamaica 1 1-16 1:49 fast 3-2 104 4 3 4 Fell. Musgrave Brother Jonathan, Rosario, 'I^lgs.' 



SIXTH RACE — 5-8 Mile. 2-year-oIds. Allowances, (2.S.'irtl — 59? — 2—90.) 
FITZ HERBERT, b. c, 2, by Ethelbert — Morganatic (H. R. Brandt). 



FITZ HERBERT , b. c, 2, by Ethelbert — Morganatic (H. R. Brandt) 

7r.(N»4 Belmont 5 X 59* fa.st 13-20 119 1 1 1 I-'. B E Dugan 

74S7S Belmont 5-8 1 :<)0 .slop 11-10 112 2 2 1 2'® 2.4 E Dugan 

74769 Belmont 4* f 03 fast 1 122 1 1 1® 1® E Dugan 

74572 Jamaica 5-8 1:00 fa-st 11-5 109 1 1 1 16 l«* C II Shil’i 

•Dead heat.. 



ic tH. K. Brandt). Weight today 122. 

1’ D E Dugan Prec«‘ptor. Fayette, fonn. Ranger. 
2'® 24 E Dugan Trance. Ruble. Gladys Louise. 

1® 1® E Dugan Joe Madden. Edward. Preceptor. 

16 1«* C II Shil’gTranee, Erbet, Warden. 



UNCLE JIM, ch. c, 2, by Ingoldahy — ^Hiss Modish (J. A. Bennet). Weight todav 112 

H’ lrnont 44 f 03* hvy 9-20 115 2 2 14 2J .Musgrave Sir Martin. Trois Tmup! wTwmouui 

44 f o4 slop I 105 1 1 1-’ 41 .Musgrave Sir Martin. Top Note Turucoat 

(4.5(6 Aqueduct 1-2 48* fast 20 107 3 3 3* 3>® C H Shll’gHigh Private. Fltz Herbert. Aprim. 

VOODOO, b. g, 2. by Ben Brush — Sorcery (Beverwyck Stable). Weight todav 104 

75052 Belmont 41 f r,.;5 fa.st7 H4 1 1 P.6 2n (ian.er Torta-lMuo. E.lward 

Jamaica 4| f 63* fa.st 12 107 1 a 5 5®« Notter High Private, Preceptor. Slskiu. 

74o(_ Jamaica 5-8 1:00 fast 7 104 3 5 4 4® 5*4 Notter Fltz Herbert, 'Trance, Erliet. 

WITCHING HOUR, ch. c, 2, by Star Shoot — Bewitcher (J. E. Madden). Weight todav 107 

-lira 1:05 fast 4 5 1<)7 1 1 1 16 ih F’brother Claiborne, BlackMose. M. Granville! 

f 5 1 2 16 4® F’brother DressParade, BrownTony, Claiborne 

(3984 Benmng 4* f 58* slow 3 104 4 3 46 5*® Horner High Range, Pnddin. Von Laer. 



WITCHING HOUR, ch. c, 2. by Star Shoot — Bewitcher (J. E. Madden) 
71264 Henning 5-8 1:05 fast 4 5 1<)7 1 1 1 16 ih F’brother Clail 

741.59 Bennlng 4J f 58 fast 6 lo7 1 2 16 4® F’brother Dres- 

73984 Benning 4* f 58* slow 3 104 4 3 46 5‘® Horner High 

SIR JOHN, ch. c, 2, by Sir Dixon — Onwentsia (P. J. Dwyer). 

75147 Gravesend 5i f l:oS fast 4 lo:i 9 7 7 7® 6‘®4.Musgr.ave R.Bo 



74.522 Jamaica 
74329 A(|ueduct 
742S9 A(|uediict 



41 f 54* fast 6 
4i f 6.3* fast 10 
44 f 52 fast 15 



i, Dwyer). Weight today 107. 

7^ 6‘®l.Musgr.ave R. Beaumont, L.ITiibbanl. Nig.l5;tlvr 
3® 3® D McC’ thy Ramble, Ceremonius. Amnestv. 

6’ 5‘® D McC’thy Pret'eptor, Wildpigeoii. Siskiii. 

4® 4‘i D McC’tliyHoyle, FUz Herbert, Vooibm. 



Latonia Entries and Past Performances for Friday, June 5. 



WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST, 
tllandieapped for a fast track.) 

LATONIA ENTRIES. I Ind. Horse 



NICK STONER, ch. c, 3, by Clifford — Barbarina (D. Kelly). Weight today 111. 

749M Hi-liiimil I 1:42 fast 2 IIO 2 2 1 1= !• Garner ('ba|del, .Monocle, Gr. (5inierou. 

74X09 Belmont 1 1:41* slop 7 95 6 :i 2 2 2® 2®1 .Mc('jili(>y Bellwetlier, Cbantilly, L. Stanhope. 

7476X Belmont 7-S 1 :J6* fast 4 111 10 8 6 6 6’ 4® (' K<HTiier Bonnie Alan, Imitator. l)ial plate. 

72625 S. Anita 3-4 1:13* fast 4* 112 13 13 13 7® 4'®JC Grand Hambro, R. and Round, Dr.Simrall 

CORNCOB, b. c, 3, by Nasturtium — Cornelia (E. L. Norton). Weight today 111. 

7.Vt.5l Itelni-iiit 7 X 1:26 fast 7 M.5 2 2 2 2 :!6 6" J Lee Kara .\vis. riiaplel. .\iuiee 

749:54 Beliii((nl 64 f 1:20* fast 10 1o4 .3 .5 :5 .3® ;5® K McDan’lL.ofLangden, AimeeC., T. Waddell. 

74xC:: Belmont 7-X 1 :2X fast 10 9.x lo 5 5 55 5* 5® Mursliull Troublemaker. Ibs’kstoue, T.Dolan 

74772 Belmont 1 1-16 1:47 fast 6 loo 5 2 4 8 8 8®®*D McC’thy Hland.v, Bad News, .Monfort. 

MONTAUK. ch. c, 3. by Star Shoot — Jania Clay (P. J. Dwyer). Weight today 111. 

7.ir_’:i G'xeseiid 1 I 16 1 :4X fast S lox S 9 !( 9 9- 6‘4 .Met'abey Home .\gnin, Y.15('aii. Troublesome. 

7476X Belmont 7-S 1:26* fast 7 111 4 6 8 7 7® 5®J tlariier Bonnie .Man. Imitator, Dial-plate. 

746x7 Jamaica .3—4 1:14* hvy lC-5 112 2 7 6 5® 5’" Musgrave GoldenPearl, Ques. Mark, Chaplet. 

74644 Jamaica 3-4 1:13* good 4* 108 4 3 .3 3® 3* D .XlcC’tli.v Prisclllian, PeterQnlnee, Dial-plate 

FLY BALL. b. g, 3, by Canopus — Summit (J. Kneale). Weight today 103. 

74;*97 Jamaica 1 1 16 1:49 last 4 PMi 6 4 :i 4 4' 4'® E Dugan Brother .Tunatban, Rosario, Twigs. 

74;55:s Aqiieduet 3 4 1:16 fast 20 92 7 II 10 84 7*4.1 Bergen .MarvHall. O.G.Hall. L.Corinne. 

71.547 Jamaica 5* f 1:07 fast 100 99 6 8 8 9 9'**J Powers The Squire, Law. P. Daley, Masque 

THIRD RACE — 5-8 Mile. Criterion Stakes. 2-year-olds. Fillies. Allowances. (2s."si| -."9!! — 2-90.) 

FIELD MOUSE, b. f, 2, by Hastings — Flittermouse (A. Belmont), Weight today 119. 

T.VI29 Itelnioiii 4' f 51* fast 7 122 :! 3® 3’J .Mci'aliey Tiaiice, Melisande, Glidiug Bclb*. 

74X24 Belmont 44 f 52* fair 60 119 1 1 1< 1® Notter .Melissa, l.adv Hubbard, Top Note. 

74572 Jamaica 5 8 1:'J0 fast 100 96 7 7 7 7 7’»4W Burns Fltz Herliert, Trance, Erl»et. 

KOSEVALE, b. f, 2, by_ Eddie Jones — Sweet Rose (T. H. Williams). Weight today 114. 

736.32 tJakland .3 8 3.5* fast I’d Ho 4 luk i = i \\ Miller P(,m:ire, <)ct‘aiiQiieen,Ad.LeCouveuj 

MELISSA, ch. f, 2, by Star Shoot — Much Ado (P. J. Dwyer). Weight today 114. 

7'llX (!ra.\cs(nd 5 S I :(Mi* fast 12 lo7 I 4 4 2' 2® Garner Trains*. Top Note, t’omilerpanc. 

74X77 Belmont 4> f 54 slop 12 lo7 4 6 10® lo"^ tJarner Hiicle .liin. Sir Martin. Top Note 

74X24 Belmont 44 f 52* fair 7 119 2 2 2® 2® Garner FieldMouse, LadvHubbard, 'TopNote 

747.55 Jamaica 5-8 1:01 fast 2* 104 2 1 2 3® 4‘J D McC’thySea (’lilT, Kossfcntoii, Koyalt’aptive 

SUFFRAGETTE, ch. f, 2. by Voter — Noonday (J. R. Keene). Weight today 114 

749X0 Belmont 5 8 1 :00i! fa.st 11-5 107 6 5 4 4’ 5® Nhdler Bobbin, Star Thistle, The Robin. 

TOP NOTE, ch. f, 2, by Hamburg — Sister Mary (H. P. Whitney), Weight today 114. 

7511^s (Iravcsciiil .5-s l:oo* last 4 loT ;! 1 2 24 3®4 E Dugan Trance. Melissa, Counterpane. 

74X77 Belmont 44 f 54 slop X 107 J 2 26 3®i E Dugan ITncle Jim. Sir Martin. Turncoat. 

74X24 Belmont 44 f 52* fair 9-5 119 4 5 4'4 4® E Dugan Field Mouse. Melissa. LadvHubbard 

74709 Jamaica 4J f 54* goodll-10 lo7 1 2 2® 2« E Dugan Trance, Gliding Belle, Instant. 

Myrtle Harkness (J. E. Madden). Weight today 114. 



F'Or differences in weight add or deduct 
5 points to the pound. An extra good 
rider’s average worth is 3 pounds. 

Racing starts at 2:.30 p. iii. 

X Runs well in mud. (B.Siqicrior mud rimnci 
First Race— 7-8 Mile. 
O-year-olds and upward. .Selling. 
(Track record: .5til.s9 - 1 :2.5B- -3 - -KH.) 

lud. Hors**9. Rcc. A. Wt. 



7.5o<:i® 


Hannibal Bev .... 


...1:2(!? 


(>. 


. PK*. 


. X725 


7.51 2!I= 


Convolo 


... 1 :2»i 


rL. 


.10!». 


• X720 


7.51 2.5 -*• 


John Dmis 






. iMI. 


. . .720 


751 1".!® 


-Miss Stnuiie 


....1:2»H 


4. 


.1(17. 


. X715 


7.5<i;i.5) 


1‘alamon 


...1:27? 




.10::. 


. X715 


74.S4.8 ) 


E. M. Ery 






.107. 


.©710 


749S.S 


Gallileo 






. o:;. 


. . .710 


7.5124 


('base 




4. 


.107. 


. X 705 


1 >H 


•Meada 


...1:’27? 


('.. 


111. 


. X 7(H» 


74n.5’2 


Alsatian 




X 


.105. 


. X7(6) 


74775 


.•\nuovau<*(* 




n. 


. ;»4. 


. . .7«M» 


745S7® 


La Eayelte 




5. 


. loo. 


.©•►X5 


7.50.I5 


May Jene 




.3. 


. !I(L 




IKHUO 


Eabulist 




5. 


• IOC. 


...0(H» 



Second Race — 1 Mile. 
3-y(iar-olds and upward. Selliug. 
(Track ncord: »;2i:77— 1 ::a»* — 4—100.) 

749:‘.S HCCK .3.. 94. 

7.5PI4® giiagga I;ll5 4. 

7.5<>.S»i .\imt Rose <*o. 

71.5.S4® .Macias 1 .’:..104. 

7.512r. Rexall .07. 

Separator 2.. *97. 

May P.iirton. br. f. by 
Ruskiu II. — Eleanor 

II 0. . 92. 

Third Race — 5-8 Mile. 
2-.year-olds. M:iidens. .\Mowances. 





.3.. 94. 


. . 725 


II: 


4. .112. 


.©715 




92. 


.X710 




.KM. 


. X710 




:: . . .97 . 


. X (!.50 




. 97. 


. . .(kio 



Ind. Horses. Rec. \, Wt. Hdep. 

T. M. Green, rn. c. by 
G. W. Joliiison — 

I-ivergrccn lot 

Fourth Race— 3-4 Mile. 

.3-.vcar-ol(ls. Killies. Allow aiice.s. 

(Track rt*cord: .'iO020 — 1 :11’5 :: loO.) 

7.50s 4® K.stradia 1 00..., 72.5 

7.50S4® Boeiua Itio. . . .720 

7:'Ji42 Bertie 1<m. . 09.5 

71112 Lucille D loo, . . .lanl 

7 4919 Sem|H*r Vera Iini. . . .i;s.5 

747-3.S .Mallssa 1 imi....iUM 

l.uc.v Cook. b. f, ib.y 

Plutiis Dwarf 1 (h> 

Daiuty Ducliess, cb. f. 

!(>• Heur.v of Navarre 

— Fanlike 100 

Fifth Race — 5-8 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Allowances. 

(Track record: ftO.507 — 1 :(Ni:— i — 110.) 

7.5I2.X® Ethelda D’xtji l(n:....72.5 

(.(4IS2 Charlotte HainiltiMi. . . 1 :<H(4 97..X720 

7.51.5.3® Serenade 101..X715 

7.50.57® Light Blue 1:01 lOO. .X71.5 

7.5120 Th-ansform 1:o|* lo!*..XT0.5 

74.S4C Silvera.(lo 101..X6UW 

7.5120 Dispute loO. . xoSr* 

7.51.51 Tithonogeii I00. ...0.50 

747.57 Hazel .May 97.... 02.5 

74414 R([<a Dawn 97....floo 

Sliy .\iiue. ch. f. b.v 

Cledi Chagrin 97 

Coiiiilcractioii. b. f, l(.v 
Taiizincisler — ,\itli- 

dote 100 

Sixth Race — 7-8 Mile. 

3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

(Track record: .501.X9 -1:2.5* — 3—104.) 



7rM)S5® 


Colts and 
(Track record: .5<tV 
Erencli C(Kik 


leldiligs. 

7 -1 :(Hi«; - 


2—110.) 

112. 


725 


7.50;’.;! 


(tld Hickory 




KM. 


!x720 


75151® 


UofknistU* 


. . .1 


107. 


. X710 


751 51 


Dr. Eizz ■ 




107. 


. . .710 


75121: 


Wine .Man 




197. 


. . .795 


75151 


(Ilaiubala 




107. 


X 

-1 


7.51211 


Warfleld 




107. 




75151® 


Ned Carmack ... 


! ! ! 1 :0.3i 


112. 


. X«MM) 


74!mmi 


Duonio 




107. 


. ..mi) 


75151 


Red Cloud 




107. 


. , . ( IK."* 


74410 


Scioptic 




107. 


. . A’CAi 


75151 


'rusraii (folil 




KM. 






Whih* rli. <* 


'b.v 







751.59 


Cauopian 


. . 1 :2.SJ 


5. . I9!t. 


X7-25 


TrMCKS 


.Mai (’miria 




. 91. 


X72(i 


7.595(: 


Cygnet 




.X. .107. 


X715 


7.59.5S 


Taniuin 




.19::. 


. .715 


7.5099 


Billv Vertress 




4. .197. 


X7I9 


749.S5 


Lady Baldur 




94. 


X7KI 




Alina Bov 


-.1 .21:? 


5. .KM. 


X705 


7Kb<4 


■Major '1'. J. Carson. 




7. .112. 


X7(M* 


7492:: 


Royal ('bailee 




‘5.. !«♦. 


©t>95 


74797 


Vaiisel 


. .1 :294 


. 94. 


X(!99 


74.S*15 


Little Joliii 




:i.. in;. 


. .(>75 


7<K'».'>U 


Drieut.il QiU'en .... 




S!>. 


XG7r* 


74XC7 


Mr.s. Jolm .'tkiiis . . 




. .S!L 




7441:1 


Ereil .Mace 




:: . . 94 . 




The 


figures iiiid(>r “Ree.” 


ill iilMive 


entries 


show 



.Muddisoii 

Siiiij>s(m 



the best lime made by the lior.se at Ibe distance 
since January 1, liMK!. Tlii.s tiiii«» is not necessaril.v 
made b.v a winner. It may be the estiimited time 
of a losing performance. 



JACK ATKIN, b. c, 4, by Sain — El laUda (B. tolizcilwr), -Weight today 124 

7.5o;4o Belmont 118 1:52 fast 2 126 2 2 2 2 2* 2’ E Dugan Celt, Dorante 

749X2 Belmont 1 1-16 1 :4.5* fast 8-5 129 :{ 1 1 1 2® 2® E Dugan Tonrenne, Law.P.Dalev, O. Honesty 

74X60 Belmont 3-1 1:08* fast 4 137 1 11 1'4 1* C H Shil’gKlngJames, KingCobait. Ber.Maid. 

747(0 Belmont 1 1:38* fast 8 1 28 5 5 1 1 1® 1® C H Shil’gHestigoucbe, Don Creole, Spooner, 

MASTER ROBERT, ch, c, 3, by Maugaa— Flooarline (S. Emery); Weight today 98 

7510.3 G vesend 1 1 4 2:o4* .slow 15 95 X 8 8 6 4® 3= Gilliert Celt, Fair PJa.v, King James. 

(5031 Belmont 1 1-16 1:46 fast 2 112 4 3 3 3 3* 2J Gllb(*rt Juggler, Berkeley, Colonel Jack. 

74916 Belmont 7-8 1:28* slop 4-5 100 4 4 4 4 36 3®* Fulton Tony Bonero, Antaeus, Bedouin. 

71575 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:47 fast 6 98977 7 6* 1*G Burns Gretna Green, Faust, Welbonrne. 

GRETNA GREEN, br. g, 4. by Ben Brash — Runaway Girl (J. R. Keene). Weight today 110 

71859 Aqueduct 1 1::19 fast 6 112 7 7 5 5 3’ 3»J Notter Cressina, Ben Ban, .McCarter. 

7183;( Aqueduct 1 1 :40 good 4 110 5 5 5 3 2J 2’ Notter Spooner. Bedouin, Martin Doyle. 

7170:! Aqueduct 1 1-16 1:47 fast 6 107 3 2 2 3 2’i 3»J W Miller Brook.Nvmph, .Monfort Ben Ban. 

71575 Jamaica 1 1-16 1:47 fast 6 109 6 3 3 6 4' 2J W Miller MasterRobert, Faust. Welbourne. 

TOURENNE, b. c, 4, by Oddfellow — Ethel Thomas (R, J. Mackenzie). Weight today 110. 

749X2 Belmont 1 1-16 1 :4.5* fast 6 101 1 2 2 2 16 1® .Musgrave .TackAtkin. L.P.Dalev. OblHonesty 

74.SXO Belmont 1116 1:47 slop 8 lox 1 3 5 5 4.’. 4’® D McC’ tby Berkeley. Colonel Jack. Salvidere. 

71457 Belmont 1 1-8 1:51* fast 4 119 1 2 2 3 3* 2’ W Miller Faust. Klllaloe, Gold I.(ady. 

71362 Belmont 1 1:38* fast 5 115 4 3 2 4 4 4® Horner KentuekyBeau, Gretna Green, Faust 

MONTGOMERY, ch. c, 4. by Peasara — Montgomery Cooper (S. C. Hildreth). Weight today 116. 

75lii;! G vesend 1 1-4 2:04* .slow 12 120 7 5 6 7 7' 7®.t C H ShirgCelt, Fair Play. Master Bobert. 



LATEST PERFORMANCES OF HORSES ENTERED TODAY. 

Tile “odds” figures in connection with the horses at the present Latonia meeting are the calculations made 
by Daily Racing Form and based on mutuel jiools. They are piiblisbed in sncii 
form for the mere purpose of mechanical uniformity. 

FIRST RACE — 7-8 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling, (.56189 — 1:25? — 3 — 194.) 

Index Course DlstTlnaeT’ckOddo Wt St % % % StrFln Jockeys Best Company. 

HA^IBAL BEY, b. g, 6, by Emin Bey — Chula (H. R. Baker). Weight today 109. 

3-4 1:13* fast 17-5 111 3 3 3 26 2® Heidel Frontcnac, MiasStrome. Lil. Turner. 

3-4 1:13* fast 2 107 7 6 5 3® 1® V Powers Mary Talbott, Frontenac, Garters. 

(4936 I.ouisville 3-4 1:13 fast 24-6 107 7 6 5 5 ’ 3® Pickens Minot, Frontenac, Dandy Dancer. 

74811 Louisville 3-4 1:1.3* fast 4* 114 2 4 3 3’* 2’ T Taylor Spion, Potter® Electorine. 



CONVOLO, b, g, 6 , by Contestor— Flo n. (J C. Milam). 



75129 I..atonia 
74463 Lexington 
74413 Lexington 
74366 Lexington 



7-S 1:2S* fa.st 11 
1 1:44* slow- 5* 
1 1:47 mud 6 
1 1:42 good 6 



109 2 2 
115 8 6 
114 4 6 
112 3 -I 



1 21 2i Pickens 

3 • 2’ 6«1 J I.ee 

6 6® 6‘® J Butler 

3 3* 2» J Butler 



JOHN LOUIS, ch. c, 3, by Ben Bramble— Jane Farrell (T. M. Irwin). 



6 7® 8®* Notter Tourenne, JackAtkin. Law. P. Daley 

3 26 1® E Dugan Rifleuiau, First Peep. (leo.S.Davla. 

1 1® 1* E Dugan Clamor, Rifleman, Wing Ting. 

,F. B. Lemaire). Weight today 95. 

8 7® 7®J Musgr’ve Don Eiiri(|uc, Parkview. Jai-obit<*. 

1 2' 4* .Musgrave Juggler, Grapple, Rye. 

6 6J 4* S Flynn Jack Atkin, Restigouche, DonCreole 

1 3‘ 3*J Notter Faust, Light Wool, Rye. 



75125 laitonia ll:4(»^fast 20 95.1 5 4 5 5 3' 2® Glasiicr 

7C-034 Louisville 3-4 1:13* fa.st 24-5 941 7 8 0 .36 lo Glasm*r 

74919 Ixiuisville 3-4 1 : 15* good 20 107 10 13 11 66 3®i Glasner 

74867 Louisville 1 1:44 hvy 18 103 6 2 1 2 8* 7«4 J Baker 

MISS STROME, b. f, 4, by Ben Strome— Old Mlaa (L. JL Celia). 
Lil2!» laitonia 7-X 1 ::^(J fa.st :li 105 8 7 3 :! 3' 3® Hcidcl 

(uOOl Louisville 3-4 1:13* Lost 5i 105 6 5 4 3® 3®1 V Power 

75009 Ixmisville 3-4 1:1:1* fast 11 106 5 13 10 9’ 9®j F Burton 

74300 P. Grounds 7-8 1:26* fast 13-5 105 8 5 6 4 3J IJ F Burton 

PALAMON, b. c, 3. by Falsetto— Rainfall (O. J. Long). 

7.5«:!5 J.Kjuisville 7-X 1:27* fast 25 105 .3 2 2 2 2.J l»k IVarrcn 

74941 I.KJuisv’le 1 1-16 1:45* fast 34-3 10:5 6 6 6 5 7® 7'® Heidel 

74883 Louisville 3-4 1:15* good 21-5 106 13 8 5 5' 5® Heidel 

74738 Louisville 3-4 1:16* good 8 115 12 11 11 10' ID'JWarren 

E. M. FRY, b. 0 , 3, by Sain— Caroline Hamilton (E. Alrey). 

74848 Louisville 3-4 1:16* mudll-10 113 3 11 1® 1® T Taylor 

74793 Louisville 6J f 1:05* fast 10 108 6 5 4 66 6'®JT Taylor 

73S97 S. Anita 5* f 1:06 fast 9-6 107 6 3 2 2’ 1®} Goldstein 

73945 S. Anita 6| f 1:071 slow 3-2 102 6 4 4 2* 26 Gilbert 



Minot, Frontenac, Dandy Dancer. 
Spion, Potter® Electorine. 

Weight today 109. 
MissAIert. MissStroine. Hazeltboriie 
Hostile Hyphen. St. Ilarlo. Ed Kane 
Ed Kane. Bustle. Bill Herron. 
BeauBrummel, Mortiboy, Quagga. 

Weight today 99. 



X® 6'® GillM'rt Hyiu^rion II.. RiK'kstone. BlackOak 
8'J 6’ Mayer Ix>rd Stanhope, Bellwether, Druid. 

4* 4'®JE Dugan BadNews, Smil.Tom. P.andNeedles 
3* 3"JNieol MissCrawford, LaneAllen. Pr.Chlng 

Lamain). Weight today 103. 

7 7®J D McfTthyBlandy. Pretension, Maznma. 

1® 1® O Swain Ironsides, Banker, Right Royal. 



GALLILEO, blk. g, 3, by Allan-a-Dala— OailUrd HI. (T. C. McDoweU). 



3' 2® Glasner .Vpachc. Bin-kct Brigade, Severus. 

.36 lo GlasiKT Ben Sand. Demo. Fa.v. 

66 3®i Glasner SnakeMary, M.Fletcher, J.Dundon. 

8J 7*J J Baker Nazimova, K. Powers, Dr.L.Huffni’n 
(L. A. Celia). Weight today 107. 

:i' 3® Heidel Miss Alert, <’-onv(do, Hazelthorpe. 

3® 3®J V Powers Frontenac, Hannl.Bey, LillieTunicr 
9’ 9®J F Burton Mi'adowbreeze, I.adyArIon, Cauopian 
3J IJ F Burton Splon, Ben Doable, Sylvan Belle. 
Long). Weight today 103. 

2J 1"6 Warren Estella (’.. .\paebe, Duiivegaii. 

7® 7'® Heidel Cymbal, Hos.Hyphen. Mar.Randolpli 
5' 5® Heidel S.Hill. Meadowbreeze, Dan. Dancer 
O' ID'JWarren Gowanga, Snake Mary, C. J. Celia. 
Alrey). Weight today 107. 

,ji rpgyior Banrida, Lignando, Merrifleld. 

66 6'®JT Taylor Goldproof, b'rontenac, I..ady Anne. 
2’ 1®J Goldstein Booger Red, All Alone, D^orator. 
26 26 Gilbert BoogerRed, AllAlone. Braw.Lad. 



4 46 4 * Mr J O’B’nRio Gramle. Black Oak, Antaeus. 

1 IJ 3®J D McCrthyGood Luck, Salvidere, Klltsdale. 

5 4® 3* G Burns Blue Book, Good Luck, OldHonesty 

B (M. Clancy). Weight today 106. 

7 6'1 7'®JMusgrave Hyperion II.. Rockstone, BlackOak 

2 IJ 2® Musgrave Bad News. Pretension, Crafty. 

3 3® 2»k &lusgrave ZIenap, Far West. Fancy. 

G C® 4* Musgrave Lad of Langden, Aimee C., Corncob 

tmm (A. UokM). Weight today 106. 

5 46 2' Bruss(‘I Lad.v Karma. Peter Knight. Venus. 

3 16 2“6 Brussel lltnlirella. D’Arkle. 

6 4® 3®J Brussel Lally, Lady Karma. TbeShaughrann 

4 4* 3» Bniasel Betaclare, Iroetides, Bight RogaL 



74988 I^iuisville 3-4 1:13 fast 25 95 4 4 5 5= 5'»4Kranklin 

74908 Louisville .3-4 1:12* fast 9-6 95 7 5 6 7 6'* Franklin 

71515 Jamaica 5J f 1:07| fast 30 107 3 10 6 11 12 Notter 

71047 Lexington 5J f 1:08| fast 3 101 2 2 2 I'J 1> Pickens 

CHASE, b. g, 4, by Kantaka — Rochelle (W. E. Gets). 

75124 I.atonia 3-4 1 :i:f* fast 175 lixu 5 5 5 6’ 6* F Burton 

74722 Louisville 3-4 1:18* hvy 60 102' 3 4 4 5® 6'»JFogarty 

71598 Latonia .3-4 1:19 hvy 25 100 3 3 5 9' 9'* Watkins 

71543 Latonia 3-4 1:14* fast 75 98* 2 4 6 4' 4** Watkins 

MEADA, blk. m, 6 , by Figaro— Afamada (J. S. Hawkins). 

75036 Louisville 3-4 1:13* fast 10 104 9 8 7 76 6® J Butler 

(4965 Ixmisv’le 1 1-16 1:47* fast 16 109 5 3 3 2 76 10'=JJ Butler 

749(6 Louisville 1 1:40* fast 33-3 111 7 7 7 5 66 5'J J Butler 

ALSATIAN, ch. c, 3. by Bassotlaw— Lorraine (Mrs. M. Ooldblatt) 
74652 I»uisville 1 1:45* hvy 26 106 3 10 11 10 10® 10®® Pickens 

74460 Dexington 3-4 1:16* slow 8 105 9 11 13 96 g* Minder 

(4004 Oakland lm70y 1:451 fast 10 99 5 4 2 2 2«k 4® Bnxton 

73750 Oakland 1 1-16 1:47* fast I 105 4 5 5 5 5® 4* Buxton 



We%ht today »3. 



AMNOYANOE. b. f, 3, by Meddler— Victoria IV. (W. Clay). 

(4775 Louisville 3-4 1:13* fast 70 105 10 11 10 10 ' 9*' E 

74508 Lexington 3-4 1:15 fast 8 107 10 9 6 4* 4* Ski 

71365 Latonia 6-8 1:02 fast ^ 107 9 11 10 9* 9*1 C ] 

noM a'TfMsd HUM mud u m lo t « | •>« sw 



4 5 5= 5'®4Kranklin Honest, Dainty Dame. Balbus. 

5 6 7 6'* Franklin AlMnller, King’sDau^ter, Altnda 

10 6 11 12 Notter Berry Maid, King Cobalt, Aimee C. 

2 2 1'* 1* Pickens AlbertFanz, HostlleHypben. Tackle. 

, E. Oots). Weight today 107. 

5 5 6' 6* F Burton Wool .®iandals, AI Muller. Deuce. 

4 4 5® 6'»*Fogarty Darknlght. Al Mnller, Colonel Boh. 

3 5 9' 9'* Watkins Blarvel P„ Reflned. Hyperbole. 

4 6 4' 4** Watkins Hazelthorpe, MisaStrome, DogRose 

r. S. Hawkins). Weight today 111. 

8 7 76 6® J Butler TopsyRobinson, Marmorean. Hollow 

3 2 76 10 '=JJ Butler Dr.L.Huflfman, S. Alarm, Charlatan 

7 6 66 5'* J Butler Plantland, Dr.L.Huffman, S. Alarm 

ine (Mrs. M. Ooldblatt). Weight today 105. 

11 10 10* 10®® Pickens King’sSon. EdKane, Mar.Randolpli. 

11 12 96 8* Minder IdaMay, Estella C., LexhigtOiH.ady 

2 2 26 k 4 ® Bnxton Pellgroso. Darrtngton, St. Albam. 

5 5 6* 4® Buxton Silver Line, Tonic, Tannt. 

a IV. (W. Clay). Weight today 94. 

11 1(» 10' 9*i E Burton Apaclie. Bill Herron, Hiiek. 

9 6 4* 4» Skirvin Condleo. Enllat, Heron. 

11 10 9* 9*1 C H Sblll’gMay Jena. Loofae K.. Hondella. 

9 9 19'* Sumtar |I.B«mUto9u AmGrMl, ProcUv Uj 



96 8 » Minder 
2 nk 4 ® Bnxton 
6 * 4® Buxton 




i 



DAILin !ra:cingi form. 



FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1««. 



FATETTE, gr. g, 6, by Offd«n — Turtle Doue (H. Oets). 

74587 Lexington 7-8 1:34« hvy 3 114 3 3 3 4 3* Warren 

744«4 Lex’gton 1 1-16 l;51i slowl3-5 110 3 3 1 1 14 li* Warren 
74440 Lexington 1 1:48 hvy 13-5 108 4 4 6 5 44 2* Warren 

74390 Lex’gton 1 1-16 1:49 fast 64 110 6 5 5 5 6k 3*4 Warren 

MAT 7EHE, br. f, S, by John Bright— Mattie Lear (W. Oimter). 
7ri035 Louisville 7-8 l:37g fast 11 97 5 6 4 4 r>i 7* K Martin 

74938 Louisville 3-4 1:13| fast 30 93 7 6 6 8* 8"> T Steele 

74411 Lexington 3-4 1:18 mud 10 108 3 2 3 5 4*» T Taylor 

71648 Latonla 5-« 1:05| hvy 9 110 5 6 5 64 B>®4Troxler 

fabulist, b. m, 5, by Fabulous — Miss Hudson (F. A. BCayes). 

69199 Chur. Downs 3-4 1:14| fast 107 13 13 12 12 12” Dearborn 



Weight today 109. 
Lilly Vie, Hazel Patch. SlrVagrant 
Katie Powers, Great. Doubt. 

Buck. Brigade, T.Calhoun, Orlandot 
L. Macfarlan, Doubt, SlrVagrant. 

Weight today 96. 
Palunion, Estella C., Aiieclie. 
Balbus, Honest. Great Pirate. 
Hasty Agnes, W. Broom, La Soner 
WhlskBroom, Lln.Lake, Reb.Queen 
Weight today 106. 
Vohoome. Camille, Field Lark. 



SECOND RACE — 1 Mile. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. (G3G77 — 1:394 — 4—100.) 
HTTCK, ch. g, 3, by AlIan-a-Dale— Miss Onsaie (T. C. McDowell). 



74938 Ixiuisville 3-4 1:122 fast 23-3 92 9 9 7 54 4*>. Franklin 

74833 Louisv’le 1 1-16 1:461 fast 19-5 92A 3 1112* 2- lYaukUn 

74775 I»uis\ iile 3-4 1:13| fast 15 1 04 13 10 8 5 * 3” Franklin 

74510 Lexington 3-4 1:15 fast 12 101 8 7 4 6> 6«4 Franklin 

RUAGOA, b. c, 4, by Dungarren — Xallapa (F. M. Arthur). 

7!i014 l,K)ui.sv’le 1 1-16 1:464 fa.st 19-10 no 2 2 2 1 1.’. 2'> V Powei 

74851 I„ouisville 1 1-4 2:114 mudl3-20 107 2 1 1 1 1= I*i V Powei 

74700 l»ui.sville 1 l:4Sg hvy 17-20 108 1 2 1 1 1« P V Powei 

74666 Louisv’le 1 1-16 1:57 hvy 17-20 106 2 7 5 4 2* 2*® Ellenor 

AUNT ROSE, b. t, 8, by Masagan — Elondyke (F. Donne), 

75086 Iviuisv’lc 1 1-16 1:472 fast 23-5 95 1 4 4 2 24 4^ J Butler 

74939 Louisville 11:39* fast 4 87 3 6 5 6 6* 6* E Martii 

7^833 Ixiuisv’le 1 1-16 1:464 fast 23-5 91 1 2 2 2 S® 4»4 B Marti 

74761 Louisv’le 1 1-16 1:47 fast 29-20 93 3 2 1 1 6^ 7»*JE Martii 

MACIAS, cb. c, S, by Falsetto— Sevilla (O. J. Long). 

74.584 Ijexington 3-4 1:194 hvy 9 112 6 3 3 :{•> 3’ Minder 

74438 I.exlngton 1 1 :47 hvy 44 97 3 4 2 4 3' 3® J Butler 

74363 Lexington 1 1:42| good 6 102 1 2 2 2 2* 2> J Biitlei 

73895 S. Anita 1 1:38| fast 20 98 1 2 3 3 3 2* GolOsteiE 

REXALL, ch. c, 3, by Frankfort — Mignon (J. F. Ross). 



gton 1 1 :47 hvy 44 97 3 4 2 4 3' 3® J Butler 

?ton 1 1:42| good 6 102 1 2 2 2 2* 2’ J Butler 

;ta 1 1:381 fast 20 98 1 2 3 3 3 2* Goldstein 

ch. c, 3, by Frankfort — Mignon (J. F. Ross). 



third RACE — 6-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Maidens. 

■ 1 10. ) 



Colts and Geldings. Allowances. (.5C.5C7 — 1:00?— 2 



FRENCH COOK, b. c, 8, by MonsiRur de L’Orme— Suspension (M. Young), 



75085 Ijouisville 4A f 53* fast 21-5 99 4 3 3* 3’4 .1 Butler K.llarwooil. Tenn.Boy. W.A.Ix>acb. 

7.5012 Ixiuisville 5-8 1:00* fast 17-5 114 7 7 8 7‘ 8*4 Hcitiel Miami, Anno McGee. Mrs. Sewall. 

74790 I^uisville 44 f 64* fast 3-2 114 6 4 44 2”>i F Burton Fiiuilamental. Woolwinder. ^llcltor 

74760 Louisville 44 f 644 fast 13-10 103 8 6 6* 4*4 F Burton V. Buelow, Transform, Woolwinder 

OLD HICKORY, b. g, 2, by Tanzmeister — Erminia (J. T. Ireland). Weight today 104. 

TiVCKl Louisville 44 f .54| fast 34-5 107 11 8 6* 4*4 Piekens Fk'mpronl. Midi. Angelo, Koekcastlo 

74964 Louisville 6-8 1:00 fast 55 100 9 7 6 54 4’ Pickens Tenn.Boy, C. Hamilton, LlghtBlue 

74846 Ijoulsville 44 f 66 mud 300 104 9 11 74 6*4 Pickens Servlcenee, Hammetrical, Anderson 

ROCKCASTLE, b. c, 2, by Dick Welles — ^Hettie Green (J. B. Respesa). Weight today 107. 

75151 J..atonia 5-8 1:021 slow 1 105 5 3 3 3“ 3*4 E .Martin Itich’dUi'ed. X. Carmack, M. O’Brien 

7.5033 Louisville 44 f 64* fast 3 110 1 1 Ih 3* E Martin SCmproni, Mich. Angelo, O. Hickory. 

DR. FIZZ, b. 0, 2, by Gallantry — The Red Filly (E, T. Graves). Weight today 107. 

75151 l..atonia 5-S 1:021 slow 1.35 105 i:i 13 11 11> 10** J Butler Ricli.Ueeil. XeiK.'amiai'k, Koi-ki-astle 

7.5012 Louisville 5-8 1:00* fast 10 105 9 9 9 9 9** 'Warren Miami, Anne McGee, Mrs. Sewall. 

74795 Louisville 44 f 64* fast 35 113 2 1 I® 6*4 T Taylor Fundamental. Fr.Cook, Woolwinder 

74631 Louisville 1-2 50 hvy 30 101 6 6 6* 6** P Burton Servlcenee, Fundamental, Solicitor. 

WINE MAN, ch. c, 2, by Monsieur de L’Orme— Wine Drop (W. A. Smith). Weight today 107. 

75126 l.atoiiia 5-8 1:01 fast 125 1U4 11 11 11 11 11** .1 Butler W..V.Ijeach. VonBuelow, Itoseburgll 

75033 l»uisville 44 f 54* fast 34 110 8 6 5® 6*4 E KohlnsonSi'mproni. Midi. Angelo, Bockcastle 

74918 Louisville 6-8 1:01* good 12 105 13 13 13 13* 13*® W Ott Alice, Cassowary, Mrs. Sewall. 

OLAMBALA, ch. c, 2, by Omus — Blue and White (J. W. Greener). Weight today 107. 

75151 I..atonia 5-8 1:02^ slow 20 105 12 11 9 7 * 6"4 Lloyd Kicb.Heed, XedCaniiack, Kockcastlc 

WARFIELD, ch. c, 2, by Nasturtium — Detection (J. H, Lesh). Weight today 107. 

75126 l..atonia .5-8 1:01 fast 13 1064 9 6 6 44 7* V Powers W..\.I.eadi. VonBuelow, Itoseburgll 

750,33 Louisville 44 f 54* fast 54 110 10 9 10* 8*®4V Powers Semproni, Mich. Angelo, Rockcastle 

NED CARMACK, ch. c, 2, by Fhoenix — Morality (W. A. Hughes). Weight today 112. 

7.‘151 ].>atonia 5-8 1:02? slow 30 105 1 2 2 24 2* T Taylor Rich. Reed, Rockcastle, M. O’Brien. 

74964 I>iuisville 5-S 1:00 fast 19 104 Isift at the post. Warren Tenn.Boy, C. Hamilton, LlghtBlue 

74900 Ijouisville 44 f 55J fast 64 115 2 1 3* 6*4 T Taylor Ham’trical, Tenn. Boy, W’.A.Leach 

74810 Louisville 44 f 55* fast 19-5 111 10 3 34 4* T Taylor Silverado, 'Ted.Bear, MaJ. Lawrence. 

DUOMO, ch. c, 2, by Don de Oro — Spinaett (K. Stone). Weight today 107. 

7i!8M) Liuisville 44 f .5.54 fa.st 75 115 10 7 8* 8*4 Troxler Ham’trical. Tenn. Boy, W'. A. Leach 

71810 lyiuisville 44 f 55i fast 12 107 8 7 94 7* Pickens Silverado, Ted.Bear, MaJ. Lawrence. 

7l7tw lyouisville 44 f 644 fast 120 104 7 10 10 S**JJ WilliamsV. Buelow, Transform, Woolwinder 

RED CLOUD, b. g, 2, by Sanders — Orangeade (G. W. J. Bissell). Weight today 107. 

751.51 l.atonia .5-8 1:02? slow 270 1 07 3 6 7 lo» H** Troxler Rich. Reed. XeilCarmack, Rockcastle 

71itO'* l»uisville 44 f 554 fast 14 115 9 10 9* 9* E Robins’nHam’trlcal, Tenn. Boy, W.A.Leach 

74S46 Louisville 44 f 56 mud 35 1094 4 10 11* 12** ’Froxler Servlcenee, Hammetrical, Anderson 

74810 Louisville 4J f 554 fast 12 108 7 4 8* 9* Troxler Silverado, Ted.Bear, MaJ. Lawrence. 

SCIOPTIC, ch. c, 2, by Scintillant II. — Penela (J. B. Elliott). Weight today 107. 

74410 Lexington 1-2 50? mud 20 112 3 3 4* 5** Jas Hicks Direct. Transform. Cassowary. 

TUSCAN GOLD, ch. g, 2, by Cesarion — Brindisi (L. A. Celia). Weight today 104. 

751.51 [..atonia 5-8 1 ;i»2? slow ISO 1U2 7 7 4 6i> S'*!!' Burton Rich. Riiol, XeiK'jirinack. Roi-kcastle 

7.50;!3 Louisville 44 f 54* fast 10 107 4 5 8* 9**4F Burton Semproni. Mich. Angelo, Rockcastle 

74846 IxiuisvHle 44 f 56 mud 150 104 6 9 10* 9** A Morgan Servicence, Hammetrical, .\nderson 



Weight today 112. 



OLD HICKORY, b. g, 2, by Tanzmeister — Erminia (J. T. Ireland). 

TiVra Louisville 44 f .54| fast 34-5 107 11 8 6* 4*4 Pickens 

74964 Louisville 6-8 1:00 fast 55 100 9 7 6 54 4* Pickens 

74846 Ijoulsville 44 f 66 mud 300 104 9 11 74 6»4 Pickens 



Rich’dRi'cd. X. Carmack, M. O’Brien 
Semproni, Mich. Angelo, O. Hickory. 

Weight today 107. 
Ricli.Reeil. XeiK.'amiai'k, Koi-ki-astle 
-Miami, Anne McGee, Mrs. Sewall. 
Fundamental. Fr.Cook, Woolwinder 



74918 Louisville 6-8 1:01* good 12 105 13 13 13 13* 13*® W Ott 

OLAMBALA, ch. c, 2, by Omus — Blue and White (J. W. Greener), 
75151 I.atonia 5-S 1:02? slow 20 105 12 11 9 7 * 6»4 Lh.yd 

WARFIELD, ch. c, 2, by Nasturtium — Detection (J. H, Lesh). 

75126 l.atonia .5-8 1:01 fast 13 1064 9 6 6 41 7* V Power 

750,33 Louisville 44 f 54* fast 54 110 10 9 10* 8*»4V Power 

NED CARMACK, ch. c, 2, by Fhoenix — Morality (W. A. Hughes). 
7,‘151 ].,atiinia 5-8 1:02? slow 30 105 1 2 2 21 2* T Taylor 

74964 I>iuisville 5-S 1:00 fast 19 104 laift at the post. Warren 



7.50;!3 Louisville 44 f 64* fast 10 107 4 5 8* 9**4F Burton Si 

74846 Ixiuisvllle 44 f 56 mud 150 104 6 9 10* 9** A Morgan Si 

74810 Louisville 44 f 65J fast 200 104 2 9 12* 11* A Morgan SI 

First start for the following: 

WHITE FACE, ch. c, 2, by Maddison — Ethel Simpsen (S. K. Hughes). 
T. M. GREEN, rn. g, 2, by G. W. Johnson — Evergreen (D. N. Prewitt). 



5 8* 9**4F Burton Semproni. Mich. Angelo, Rockcastle 

9 10* 9** A Morgan Servicence, Hammetrical, .\nderson 
9 12* 11* A Morgan Silverado, Ted.Bear, MaJ. Lawrence. 



Weight today 107. 
Weight today 104. 



FOURTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. 3-year-olds. Fillies. Allowances. (50G2<) — 1:122 — 3— lOd.) 
ESTRADIA, b. f, 3, by Estrada Palma — Matilda (Talbot Bros.). Wei 



Talbot Bros.). Weight today 100. 

7.51184 lyiui.sv’le 1 1-16 1;46|J fast 12 105 :! 1 1 2 3* 3*1 .1 BiiIIit Ellen a-l»iile, Bocma. Evelyn S. 

74962 Lniisville 1 1::!8? fast 23 83 1 1 1 1 1® 7*1 Hufnagel King’slhmghter, .\ltiiilu. W. Sandals 

74920 Louisville 7-8 1:26* giKid 14 97 3 1 1 1 5* 6** Hufnagel Chulita, EIlen a-Dale, Apache. 

BOEMA. ch. f, 3, by Alvescot — Espanola (G. J. Long). • Weight today 100. 

7 .". 0 S 1 Ijiiuisv’lc 1 1-16 1:461! fast 8 112 2 :: :! 3 2® 2* Tnixlcr Eili‘ii-:i-l>iile. Esfradia, Evelyn S. 

7.5<»U l/misv’le 1 1-16 1 :45? fast 74 87 5 1 1 1 3* 5* Hufnagel TheMinks, Kercheval, WoolSandals 

70724 Saratoga 54 f 1:07* fast 7 107 4 5 7 6 5* Homer F. Johnson, John. Blake, W.H.Lyon. 

BERTIE, ch. f. 3, by Ethelbert — Bracket (W. Gerst), Weight today 100. 

73642 F.Gr’nds 1 1-16 1:49* fast 15 105 4 4 3 1 3*4 5*4 V Powers Ed Kane, WaterCooler, AlhertStar. 

73543 F.Grounds 3-4 1:15 fast 30 107 7 12 11 74 6* V Powers Mondella, Banrida, Night Mist. 

73447 City Park 5-S 1:02 fast 6 100 7 6 6 6 * 6® C Henry Mondella. Lady Pink, .Miss Searcy. 

73140 F.Grounds 54 f 1:12? hvy 9 112 9 7 7 4*4 5* Heidel LadySouffle, JoyfulLady, Nazimova 

LUCILLE D., ch, f, 3, by Contestor — Maud L. (J. C. Milam). Weight today 100. 

71112 l.«ttonia 54 f 1:08? fast 6 94 4 3 2 .5“® 7* .1 Butler Hans, Mamie Gallagher, Orlandot. 

71047 Lexington 54 f 1:08* fast 3J loi 3 5 5 7® S'*J.r Butler Gallik'O, -\lbiTt Fanz, Host.IIyphen. 

71016 Ijexington 54 f 1:08? fast 8 lOO 4 1 1 14 1® J Butler Ordono, Ausonia, Severus. 

SEMPER VERA, br. f, 3, by Sempronius — Web of Fate (W. A. Smith). Weight today 100. 

74919 laiuisville 3-4 1;15J gooil 20 105 15 15 15 15 15>*4Warrcn SiiakeMary, Malel'leteher, .1. Louis 

MALISSA, b. f, 3. by Bel Demonio — Mildred (J. J. Tompkins), Weight today 100. 

7472^8 lyniisville ;:-4 1:16* good 161 ]lo 14 14 14 II 14''* E RoldnsoiiGowanga, Snake Mar.v, C. J. Celia. 



3* 5* Hufnagel TheMinks, Kercheval, WoolSandals 
6 5® Homer F. Johnson, John. Blake, W.H.Lyon. 

rst). Weight today 100. 

3*4 5*4 V Powers Ed Kane, WaterCooler, AlhertStar. 
74 6« V Powers Mondella, Banrida, Night Mist. 

6* 6* C Henry Mondella. Lady Pink, .Miss Searcy. 
4*4 5* Heidel LadySouffle, JoyfulLady, Nazimova 
C. Milam). Weight today 100. 

.5nk 7® .1 Butler Hans, Mamie Gallagher, Orlandot. 
7® S'*l.r Butler (liillik'o, -\lbiTt Fanz, Host.IIyphen. 
14 1® J Butler Ordono, Ausonia, Severus. 



71045 Ig'xington 54 f 1:08? fast 30 97 12 12 12 12 12*'lSkirvin Ardis, Orlandot, Pointer. 

70997 Lexington 54 f 1:09 fast 12 106 11 11 11 11 11** Wallace C.ofMelb’ne, M.Vigll’t, Auspicious. 

First start for the following: 

LUCY COOK, b. f, 3, by Plutus — Dwarf. Weight today 100. 

DAINTY DUCHESS, ch. f, 3, by Henry of Navarre— Fanlike (W. H. Laudeman). Weight today 100. 

FIFTH RACE — 5-8 Mile. 2-year-olds. Allowances. I.51 k»»: 7 — 2 — no.) 

ETHELDA, ch. f, 2, by Ethelbert— High Society (H. C. Riddle). Weight today 106. 

75128 l..atoiiia 41 f 54 fast 2-5 103 1 2 2* 2“ T Taylor .\iiiM‘.M<8!ec. .Mice, yiioeirsMessage 

74986 I.,ouisviIk! 5-8 1:00* fast 21-10 IO6 1 1 1 1*4 1* E .Martin Semproni, Direct, Advancing. 

74904 Ivouisville 44 f 53* fast 95 95 2 1 1*4 1*4 E Martin Orys..Mald, DonverGirl, A. .McGee. 

CHARLOTTE HAMILTON, b. f. 2, by Ornament— Schonowe (G. W. J. Bizsell). Weight today 97. 

7.5082 l/ouisvillo 5-S 1 :0| fast 9 k'l s 6 4 7* 8*4 Lloyd .\nik'rsoii, Romp. .Mice. 

74964 l.iouisville 5-Sl:0() fast 2:$ in;! 6 3 2 3‘ 2‘ Tdoyd Tenn.Boy. LightRliie, Old Hickory. 

74918 l^ouisville 5-8 1:01* good 25 106 5 3 3 44 6* Lloyd Alice, Cassowary, Mrs. Sewall. 

74792 Louisville 44 f 65 fast 6 110 1 1 2*1 3*4 ’Troxler Serenade, Lady Leota. Santa Elena 

SERENADE, ch. f, 2, by Handsel — The Charmer (T. C. McDowell). Weight today 101. 

7515:; I.«iloiiia * 5-8 1:0-1 slow 16-5 I02 4 4 3 2® 2''® Friiiikliii Irontiouiid, .MieoBaird, Lidy la'ola 

7.50.57 lamisvlllc 41 f 54 fast 24 !'8 7 13 12* 13'* Franklin Transform, Light Blue, Elysium. 

74850 Ijouisville 44 f 56? mud S-5 106 6 3 24 3*4 Franklin Mr.s. Sewall, Alice, Sainward. 

74792 Louisville 4? f 55 fast 4 110 3 3 1? 1* Franklin Lady Leota, C. Hamilton, San. Elena. 

LIGHT BLUE, b. c, 2. by Blues — Merry Merrick C^. Grater). Weight today 100. 

7.'i<®57 Ixuiisville 41 f 54 fast 15 I08 6 2 1® 2"® Heidel Transfonii, Elysium, Dorothy Wekh. 

74964 l.ouisville 5-8 1:00 fast 22 106 7 2 3 2*? 3*1 J Butler Tenn.Boy. Ch.Hamilton, OldHickory 

74814 Txiuisville 44 f 54 fast 35 110 8 6 7* 8'* T Taylor Eliz. Harwood, Transform. Tannie. 

74739 Ixiuisville 44 f 55? good 22-5 105 3 5 6* 7*1 J l.ee Fundamental, Anderson, Tapioca. 

TRANSFORM, b. c, 2, by Chilton — Metempsychosis (J. D. Grant). Weight today 109. 

75126 I.atonia 5-S 1:01 fast 84 108 4 9 7 .5"® 6*4 Troxler W..\. Leach, VonBuelow. Roscburgll 

7.5067 Louisville 4? f 54 fast S 108 4 3 3* 1"® Troxler Light Blue, Elysium. DorothyWebb. 

749.86 Louisville 5-8 1:00* fast 9 105 6 7 6 5* 6* Warren Ethelda. Semproni, Direct. 

74837 Louisville 6-8 1:00* fast S3 105 6 10 9 6°® 8®? Warren W. A. Leach, Acqnia, Direct. 

BILYERADO, b. r. t> Bilverdale — Siona (B. Forsythe). Weight today 101. 

74846 lyiuisville 44 f 56 mud 25 110 11 5 5* 4« Crinimiiis .Servicence, Hammetrical, Anderson 

74810 Louisville 44 f 65? fast 7 108 5 5 4* 1” W'arren Ted.Bear, M. Lawrence, N. Carmack 

74670 Louisville 1-2 51| mud 6 112 7 7 4* 4*? 'Warren Ben Howe, Snap, Ned Carmack. 

74562 Lexington 4? f 68t hvy 12 103 4 6 3? 3*4 Pickens Light Blue, Ben Howe, McNally. 

DISPUTE, gr. c, 2, by Faraday — Inconstancy (8. T. Hopkins). Weight today 100. 

751’6 Latonia 5-8 1:01 fast 17 104 6 7 5 7* 8* F Burton W.A.lieach, VonBuelow. Rosebiirgll 

74201 F Grounds 4? f 65? fast 30 108 9 6 54 6* Troxler FundamenUl, Pinion, Servicence. 



Ardis, Orlandot, Pointer. 
C.ofMelb’ne, M.Vigll’t, Auspicious. 

Weight today 100. 
Laudeman). Weight today 100. 



73618 F.Grounds 1-2 49? fast 25 115 4 
73560 F.Grounds 1-2 48* fast 60 106 13 



6 54 6'* Troxler Fundamental, Pinion, Servicence. 

11 12* 12*® Mulcahy Tony W., Tom Holland, Pinion. 

9 94 8*? J Howard Injury, The Slicker, Exotic. 

TITHONOOEN, hr. c, 2, by Tithonus — Geneva B. (D. T. Morris). Weight today 100. 

75151 ].rfitonla 5-8 10*? slow 20 105 8 8 13 12* 12** Skirvin Rich. Reed. NedC«rmack, Rockcastle 

74900 Louisville 44 f 55? fast 14 115 6 • 8 11* ll»«4Lloyd Ham’trical, Tenn. Boy. W.A.Leach 

74778 Louisville 44 f 64? fast 60 98 7 7 8 8»*?F^ler Cassowary, Romp, SlWer ton. 

74488 Lexin^on 4? f 55* good 30 101 5 9 9* 9*®4Frazier Anderson, Camel. McNally. 

TTArv.T. may, hr. f. 2, by Resolute II. — Southern Belle (T. M. Irvine). Weight today 97. 

74r.7 I.s.uiavme 1-2 48* fast 30 103 9 9 8* 10*® J Baker Inela, Pinion. Lillian Ray. 



74r.7 laiuisville 1-2 48* fast 30 

74685 T>misville 1-2 51? hvy 10 

74.585 ly>xlngton 5-8 1:07# hvy 12 

74.512 Lexington 44 f 56# fast 8 



14 14 14**JE Griffin Servlcenee, Fundamental, Silverlte. 
7 7 7 7**4Franklln LadyHawthorne, AliceBaird, Babha 

9 9* 8**4Wairen M’ltale, SpangledBanner, Stowaway 

ig Maid (J. W. Ferguson). Weight today 97. 

5 9 9*®4Troxler IneJa, Miss Hapsburg, Guardallecu. 



ROSA DAWN, ch. f. 2, by Peep 0 ’ Day-Long Maid (J. W. Ferguson). 

74114 lx?xington 1-2 51* mud 15 1094 4 5 9 9*»4Troxler IneJa, Miss Hapsburg, Guardallecu. 

First start for the following: 

SHY ANNE, ch. f, 2, by Uledi — Chagrin (8. K. Hughes). Weight today 97. 

COUNTERACTION, b, f, 2, by Tansmeister— Antidote (J. T. Ireland). Weight today 100. 

SIXTH RACE— 7-2 MUe. S-year-olda and upward. Selling. (.'. 6189 — 1:25*— 3— 104.) 



OANOPIAN. b. c, 2. by Oaaopu— XUumiaatinr (D. E. 

7.515(1 l.alotiia 3-4 1:1.5? slow 5.5 107 6 5 6 7* 

Louisville 3-4 1:13| fast 8 lo4 6 4 4 5* 

74841 LoulsvTe 1 1-16 1:45* fast 25 109 6 3 3 3 4® 

74liS4 t»uiBville 1 1:43 good 60 123 7 1 1 1 1® 

MAX COURIA. br. f , 2, by Lamplichtar— The Tmprees 
754B Jjouisvllle 5? f 1:06* fast 12 loO 12 14 14 10* 

7^ Louisville 5* f 1:07# fast 5 99 10 11 11 10* 

MMXkniiBtme Ii-8XASiB00dSQ 2b 4 3 6 « U* 



Woodruff). Weight today 109. 

6’* Keruialli Jioe Moser. Deacon. Merrick. 

3* Kermath Meadowhreeze, T/ady Arlon. Alinot. 
6***Kermath Cymbal. Hos. Hyphen. Mar.Randolph 
2*? Kermath Bonebrake, Blaze o’Llght, H. Patch 
(W, A. Basiih). Weight today 94. 

10** JJ Butler Dan. Dancer. B.Goi^w^i. BitlerSlr. 
9*4 E Martin Petulant. Belitoone. mtter Sir. 
u** A Moniu Buek.B^«de, TivoUol. Dr.McClaer 



CYGNET, b. m, 2, by laepector R Btireelii (J. P, fitaJFhsy). Weight tedav 107 

^ i'ir* J ® Blackloi'k TnpsyRohinson, Marmorean. Hollow 

^ ** Blackl’k Ikitella C.. Merrigo, Mondella. 

74613 Lex gton 1 1-16 1:47* fast 40 107 7 B 4 * 8* »*»?B 8 Smith TlvoUnl, Ooldway. Halbard. 

TARftUIN, hlk. c, 3, by Sir Dixon — My Queen (A. L. Kirby). Weight today 103 

7-1^ H J ® B 8 54 5'’i IVarrcii Dan. Dancer. B.Gooilwin, BitterSIr! 

72636 F. Grou nds 3-4 1:17| slow 20 108411 11 11 8* 6*4 L Bailey Sweeteuer, Bucking Boy, Ben Sand. 

-Si?'? Bain— Feigat-Me-Not H. (W. H. Fixer). Weight today 107. 

rcToo ^ ^ J 115 ? * 9 13* 13»®4Ediiilston Mnadowbreezc. LadyArlon. Canopian 

S’ ®*’®****^® 1 2 2 8*4 y* Seder Monere. Gr. Larsen, Royal Breeze. 

66664 F. Grounds 3-41:l£|hvy 99 9 6 6 4®k 6* Lloyd Matador. Western. Cllftm Poree. 



66664 F. Grounds 3-41:l£|hvy 99 9 6 6 4®k 6* Lloyd 

LADY BALDUR, b. f, 3, by Baldur— Odaliaoks (O. W. J. BiaasU). 



74985 Louisville 
74901 Louisville 



C. McDowell). Weight today 94. 

54 4*4 Franklin Ballms, Honest, Great Pirate. 

2* 2* Franklin St. Ilario. Hos. Hyphen, Aunt Rose. 
5* 3*4 Franklin Apache, Bill Herron, Financier. 

6* 6*4 Franklin Merrick, Darknigbt, Malmaison. 
Arthur). Weight today 112. 

1.4 2® V Powers Il.II.vphi'n, Dr.L.Iluffmaii, Sainesaw 

1* I*i V Powers Camille, Tivolini. Sylvan Belle. 

1® 1* V Powers Plantland, Dr.McCluer, Geo.Bailey. 
2* 2*® Ellenor Camille, Canopian. Labor. 

Doiine), Weight today 92. 

24 4^® J Butler St.Valentine, 'VV’ashakie, B. Brigade 
6* 6* E Martin Darknlght, Lens, Plantland. 

3® 4*4 E Martin St. Ilario, Huck, Hostile Hyphen. 



1 l:4(^ fast 


3? 


96 5 


2 6 


7 


8* 


1 1:40? fast 


11 


106 4 


2 2 


4 


4® 


3-4 1:13? fast 


125 


96 10 


12 


12 


11* 


3-41:14 fast 


10 


09 7 


6 


4 


1® 



Matador, Western. Clifton Forge. 

Weight today 94. 



8* 8*4 Hufnagel AlTiert Star, Czar, Rustle. 



1® 4®4 Fogarty 



a lma BOY, ch. g, 5, by Salvatios— 8w«*t Caporal (J. W. Young). Weight today 104 

-.1*^7 1 1:42 mud 1.50 107 6 8 10 10 10 9** GiH.rge . Hiiglies. Rustle, Fuiiiciilalre. 

^ 8 7 8 8 8* 8*® George Cymbal, Hos.H.vphen. Mar.Randolph 

Lou'syme 1 1:40# fast 30 110 9 10 10 10 10 10*» Warren Plantland, Dr.L. Huffman. S. Alarm 

73531 S. Anita 3-4 1:13 fast 30 111 10 10 Fell. T ’Taylor T. George, Laudable, Chippewa. 

MAJOR T, J. CARSON, hr. h, 7, by Faverdale— Sweet Bye and Byo (Mrs. N. B. Davis). 

71684 Latonia 3-4 1:20? hvy 8 108 6 5 6 5"® 7*®4V Powers lUlbert. h’ree Javan^***’ 

yIcJa latonia 3-4 1:^? hvy 12 108 7 6 8 5* 2? V Powers Coon, Commuiiipaw, D.-ipple Gold. 

71570 Latonia 7-8 1:27 fast 40 101 6 4 8 7 8 8*® J Baker Polly Prim, 'Tr tie Wing. TTRobinsoii 



Dand. Dancer, ^rnsdalc, StonerH I II 
Estella C., Mondella, Potter. 



71684 Latonia 
71643 Latonia 
71570 Latonia 



ROYAL CHANCE, br. o. 2. by Maceo— Pass# (M. A. Neff) 



Weight today 99. 



6* 7**4E Martin M. Randolph, B.Brum’L Malmaison 
jOBg)* Weight today 104. 

3® 3* Minder Terali, Moqiiette, Judge Denton. 

3* 3* J Butler Mortfboy, LotusEater, Wool Sandals 
2* 2* J Butler Pinkola, Tom Kearney, Dunvegan. 
3 2* Goldstein Domlnus Arvl, Critic, Daruma. 
Ross). Weight today 97. 

9 9*® Franklin Apaeho, .TohnLoiils. BiicketBrlg.Kle. 



74923 Ijouisville 1 1-8 1:53? good 50 93 11 10 8 9 9* 10*» Franklin Buck. Brigade, TivoIlnl. Dr McCliiep 

74797 Louisv’le 1 1-16 1:47? fast 100 91? 9 12 11 11 11* 11*=?E Griffin Meada. Rustle, St. Ilario 

74721 Louisville 3-4 1:20 hvy 20 97 10 10 8 8* 6* Franklin BoserrUn, Florldaglen, Ethel Carr. 

YANSEL, b. c, 3, by Handsel — Yandora (M. Ording). Weight todav 94 

74797 Louisv'le 1 1-16 1 :47? fast 25 94 4 2 2 3 3® 4*1 J Connelly .Mirada. Rustle St. Ilario 

74697 Louisville 3-4 1:18 hvy 160 92 6 6 4 4* 6** Hufnagel E.T.Shipp. 'nios.Calhoiin BthelCarr 

74244 F.Grinds 1 1-16 1:48 fast 60 95 12 13 13 13 13 11*® C Henry Dick Redd. Wise Hand Bewitched 

74204 F.GCnds lm70y 1:44 fast 200 101? 6 3 3 6 6 6**?Plckens Lotus Eater, Jack Witt, Monsignor! 

little JOHN, b. g, 3, by AIlan-a>Dale— Oriental (D. Hill). Weight today 96. 

74,865 Louisville 6? f 1:09 hvy 11 93 7 5 5 4? .5*? Bezaiisun Bon.Bjird, PirateDiaua L McLean 

68578 Lexington 4 1-2 f 56* slow 100 5 3 6? 8*®*Hueston Judge Dnnton Fare Toplofty 

68526 Licxlngton 4 1-2 f 66* fast 102 6 3 9* 12** Hueston Malmaison, Pantop^ Wald. Belle. 

ORIENTAL QUEEN, b. f, 3, by Greonan — ^Empress Dowager (W. Gent). Weight todav 89 

70536 Ft Erie 5? f 1:10 slop 4 105 7 7 6 5= 6**?Dubel Stylit. Soiree. Margot. 

70100 Windsor 5-8 1:06? hvy 96 7 6 3 2*? 3*? Dubel Llsterlne, FrescatL Melange. 

70049 Windsor 1-2 48? fast 107 3 4 4* 4* D Riley Auburndale, 1. Ham. Lady Ermy. 

MRS. JOHN AKINS, h. f, 3, by Rensselaer — Ostra (Peyton A Akin) Weight todw 89. 

74867 Louisville 1 1:44 hvy 18 87 11 11 11 11 11* 11** Ellenor Nazimova. K. Powers, Dr.L.Hiiffin’n 

71204 Latonia 5? f 1:08* fast 15 100 5 5 9 8? 8*®?J Hicks Uneasy, Brakespeare, Edna MoUer. 

71030 Lexington 3-4 1:15# fast 25 100 8 9 6 8® 7® Franklin B.Dress, P.VlewBelle, Ausnicious 

70976 Lexington 5-3 1:01# fast 30 112 9 6 7 6* 6® Skirvln Melzar, Plea.VlewBelle. H.Agnes. 

FRED MACE, br. c, 3, by Sorcerer — ^Dry Run (D. T. Morris). Weight today 94. 

74461 Lexington 3-4 1:16* slow 25 97 3 7 9 11 11** Frazier King’s Son, Toplofty. Merrlflcld. 



75125 latonia 1 1 :4i>g fast 100 97 4 8 8 9 9 9*® Franklin Apache, .TohnLoiils. BiicketBrlgade. 

74436 Lexington 3-4 1:19 hvy 8 112 1 10 7 8? 7*®?V Powers Darknight, S'nake Mary, MalCouria. 

71529 Latonia 5? f 1:08 fast 40 106? 7 8 8 10 10** Heidel Melzar, Mystifler, Marlon Moore. 

71.351 Latonia 7-8 1:29# good 10 99 7 9 8 9 9® 8**?Plckens Arrow Swift, Vansel, Peoria. 

SEPARATOR, ch. c, 3. by Pirate of Penzance— Sechelsea (W, A. Smith). Weight today 97. 

69688 lAtonia 4 1-2 f 57# hvy 107 1 10 11 11*»?D Austin Ed.Kane, DarllngDan, RoyalChance. 

69659 Latonia 5-S 1:01 fast 100 10 10 10 10 10*® 'rniemau Hanb’dge, A.O. Walker. B.Brigade. 

MAY BURTON, br. f, 3, by Ruskin II. — Eleanor II. (J. A. Brouse). Weight today 92. 

First start. 



13 13 11*® C Henry Dick Redd, Wise Hand, 'Bewitched. 
6 6 6**?Plckens Lotus Eater, Jack Witt, Monsignor, 

tal (D. Hill). Weight today 96. 

5 4? .5*? Bezaiisun Bon.Bjird, PirateDiaua. ,L. McLean 
3 6? 8*®?Hueston Judge Dnnton, Fare, Toplofty. 

3 9* 12** Hueston Malmaison, Pantops. Wald. Belle. 



70144 Buffalo 
69200 Montreal 



5-8 1:01? fast 107 3 
1-2 50 hvy 113 7 



) Weight today 89, 

Nazimova. K. Powers, Dr.L.Huffm’n 
Uneasy, Brakespeare, Edna Motter. 
B.Dress, P.VlewBelle, Auspicious. 
Melzar, Plea.VlewBelle. H.Agnes. 

Weight today 94. 
King’s Son, Toplofty. Merrlflcld. 



5 8 9® 9*® C Grand Aphrodite, U. Toby. Desideratum 
7 7® 7**?Frazer Columbia Lad, Guarda. Truro. 



ANSWERS TO QUERIES. 



3* 6*? T Taylor Ham’trical, Tenn. Boy, W.A.Leach 
3? 4* T Taylor Silverado, 'Ted.Bear, MaJ. Lawrence, 
ne). Weight today 107. 

8* 8®? Troxler Ham’trical. Tenn. Boy, W.A.Leach 
9? 7* Pickens Silverado, Ted.Bear, MaJ. Lawrence. 
0 S**?J WilliamsV. Buelow, Transform, Woolwinder 



IV. W., Louisville, Ky., No full cliarts. results 
only. 

D. T. A., IlHiiilltun, Ont. The intention was plain 
and the parlay won. 

.M. E., St. I»uls. Mo. Deduct 3.’ from the mii- 
tiiel value. The iem.Hiiider is what is won and on 
that basis you can easily make your own caleiila- 
tioiis. 

NOTES OF THE TURF. 

R. .M. Hennessey's Ethylene has been l>red to Ed- 
ward Corrigan's McGee. 

Grover Baker, who trains for E. .\lvey, owner of 
Colonel Boll, is quoted ns autliority for the statement 
that the speeily eolt may not race again for a year. 
-V had race at Louisville and a p<H>r showing the next 
time out at Lexington, followed by decided lameness, 
is give'll as the reason. 

NEW YORK WORK-OUTS. 

A York, June 4.— Weather clear; truck 

O fast. 



The best work-oiit.s at Shecpslicad Baj-, 
and Belmont Park today were: 

Sheepshead Bay (Main Track). 


Gravesend 


Ind. Horse. 


A. 


Dist. 


'I'imc. 


■*" Beckon 


. !i 


:i-4 


1:10 


43 Bedim 111 


• • • G 


1-2 


:.".0 


41 Batsman 


... :* 


1 


1;.52 


42 Brother .lonathaii . . . . 


. . . :t 


1 


l;47*-i 


43 Constellation 


... 


1-2 




.'!!* Chai>eron 


. . . li 


5-8 


1:14 


44 Desolate 


t , 


r>-K 


1:05 


43 Edna .Tacksoii 


... Ti 


:t 4 


1 :10 


43 Edward 


... - 


3-4 


1:10 


44 Fashion Plate 


. . . • 


.%-S 


1 :us 


:{8 Greenbaek 


. . . 


5-8 


1;07 


43 Grey steel 


... '•» 


1 


1;40U, 


43 Harrigaii 


... 2 


r»-s 


l:ol*-i 


28 Hessiiiii 


. . . !* 


1 2 


:.”#s 


4:t Irish Item 


... 2 


1-2 


: 


3.-> Jaek Atkin 


... 4 


1 


1:4314 


43 .Iiihilee 


... It 


1 


1:48 


;>8 .T<k* .Madden 


... 2 


.5-8 


1 :tr2 


38 King James 


. . . *» 


:: -4 


1:10 


4:> Lane .Mien 


... 


.*»-K 


1 :a'. 


41 -Missouri Lail 


... .% 


1 


1:.*4 


4;> .Marathon 


... 4 


1-2 


:TA> 


42 MoniH-le 


. . . .** 


1 


1:45 


4;> .Mediant 


... 2 


1-2 


: .V» 


.'is Okeiiite 


... 4 


1-2 


:40*/i 


43 Running Water 


... 7f 


1-2 




i.'! S|K*eta tress 


... 2 


1 2 




4.3 Sir Martin 


... 2 


.'.-8 


l:ol 


44 Strike Out 


... 2 


1-2 




43 Summer Night 


... 2 


1-2 


: 


t.'l Sans .Soiiei II 


... 2 


1 2 


: 


44 Whirligig 


... 2 


1-2 




44 Wateh 


... 2 


5-S 


l;o7 


Sheepshead Bay 


(Training Track) 




41 .Vrasee 


... It 


1 


1 :44*:. 


4<> .Mellieuo 


... 4 


4 


1 :21 


:C. ItallHia 


... 2 


:5-s 


:4<i 


4-'! Bobbin 


... 2 


.vs 


1 :01 


1.3 BlucstiS'k 


... 2 


5-8 


1 :01"i 


.311 Bonnie Kid.so 


... 2 


1-2 


: .■».“» 


4:! Ballot 


... 4 1 


1-4 


2:12*.'. 


43 Colin 


... •» 


1 


1 :40 


42 Cbaplct 


... 2 


1 


1 :40 


40 Celt 


... • * 


1 


1 .'h 


40 De Miind 


... 4 


1-2 


:4!l 


27 Eseliaii 


... 2 


1 2 


:.%2 


4:; Falcaila 


... :i 


7-s 


1 :.’!4 


11* Fitz Herbert 


... 2 


1-2 


:4S"4 


:>7 Fielder 


... .** 


7-K 


I :.'!.3bj 


41 Helmet 


... 2 


H 


1:08 


Hepliaeslus 


... 2 


:j-s 


:4:; 


42 Hillside 


... 2 


5-8 


1 :oi"4 


4:! Juggler 


... ."1 


1 


1:45 


40 Maiivitte 


... 2 


r»-s 


1:1®'! ',5 


40 Montgomery 




1 


1 :.'.o 


Miramar 


... ■» 


3-4 


1 :20 


II Master Kola'rt 


... It 


It-H 




Netbermost 


... 2 


s 


:43 


;7 (IraeuhiMi 


... 4 


1-2 


• «*•► 


12 Peter (Jiiiuiv 


... Vt 


1 


1 : 4:5 


40 Bed River 


... 4 


3-4 


1 :21 


40 Rapid Water 


... 7 


1 


l:4:!"i 


43 Selectman 


... 1 


.vs 


1 :.I2 


32 Soil 


... 2 


1-2 


I®>*»**4 


4.3 Star Xallapa 


... It 


1-2 




28 Sliadow (Jlaiiee 


. . . M 


.*»-S 


1:04 


41 Turncoat 


. .. 2 


.5-8 


1 :07 


44 Tony Faii.st 


... 4 


5-8 


1 :03L. 


13 Tilelng 


... 4 


1 


1:44'.. 


11 L'ltlmus 2 

Gravesend. 


5-8 


1:0®J 


42 Angeliis 


. . .. 2 


1-2 


:48',.j 


4:t Alaliama 


:s 


3-4 


1:17 



42 Battleford 
:r. Big Chief 



40 Besom 


3 


3-4 


1:19 


:«> Chdrk Griffith 


5 


5-8 


1:04 


42 Clovercrest 


5 


1 


1:.50 


43 Castlewood 


3 


3-4 


1:19% 


i’harles Edward 


4 


.3-8 


;41 


15 Cyclone Gale 


3 


J4-8 


:41 


42 Chief Hayes 


5 


.3-4 


1:20 


14 Druid 


6 


3-1 


1:16% 


40 Don Creole 


4 


1 


l:.50 


38 Detective 


2 


1-2 


:51 


42 Explosion 


.3 


1 


1:.54 


44 Earl’s Court 


3 


3-4 


1:17% 


42 Fascinator 


.3 


1 


1:43% 


38 Hampton Beauty 




3-8 


:3fl 


40 Hypwion II 


r, 


1 


1:.52 


4*3 Intervene 


2 


.•1-4 


1:20 


44 Inez Sister 


2 


1-2 


:49 


42 J. C. CV>rc 


4 


3-4 


l:lfi 


39 Lady Coriniie 


3 


.3-4 


1:'2.3% 


Llelier 


5 


:;-4 


1:17 


40 Moinbussa 


3 


.’4-4 


1:10% 


40 Marse Abo 


2 


5-8 


1:02 


42 Merry Knight 


2 


1-2 


:.51 


40 Otog»> 


2 


.'e-8 


1:02 


42 Orcagna 


3 


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42 The Squire 


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